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You should uninstall QuickTime for Windows

Even the US government warns Apple's video player is unsafe. Also, say goodbye to your iTunes Allowance, and OS X may soon become MacOS.

If Apple is abandoning QuickTime for Windows, you should, too.

The US Department of Homeland Security is warning people to uninstall QuickTime for Windows because of a hacking threat. Why? Security experts say Apple is not patching the problem. Meanwhile, Apple is cutting off your iTunes Allowance, and Apple may also change the name of its desktop operating system. But Apple has bigger issues to worry about in the next few days:

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You should uninstall QuickTime for Windows