Older systems running Windows XP and 7 are vulnerable to WannaCry and other malware. Protect yourself by modernizing with one of these inexpensive upgrades.
One of the largest cyberattacks ever is currently eating the web, hitting PCs in countries and businesses around the world.
The repair would have slowed down the ransomware, but customers running older software were charged for protection.
If PC users can't be convinced to upgrade operating systems and turn on automatic updates, more drastic measures may be called for.
WannaCry is the largest cyberextortion scheme ever, and it's a signal that the danger is far from over.
A new wave of the ransomware spreads chaos around the world. Paying the ransom may not cure computers, which could have avoided infection by simply keeping Windows updated.
A hacking group says it leaked government malware designed to break into Windows computers. But Microsoft says its up-to-date software is safe.
Sound effects of Microsoft's OS shutting down and restarting are added to a video of a man passing out while riding a roller-coaster. And yes it's funny.
You'll wish you knew this Windows tip all along.
Windows made its debut on 20 November 1985 -- come with us on a trip through time as we see how Bill Gates' baby took over the world.
Chrome will no longer be supported on older versions of Windows and Mac OS X from April 2016.
Both Windows 8.1 and 7 are snagging more Web traffic, says Net Applications, while XP is grabbing less. Might this be related to the free upgrade to Windows 10?
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.