Category archives for: PC Software

Logitech Adds More More Power to The Crown – Updated Logitech Options Brings New App Support to Craft Keyboard

Today Logitech has updated the Options driver for Craft keyboard, the flagship keyboard which has a very useful Creative Input Dial AKA the Crown. The new version of the Options package now has support for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC!  We got to check out yesterday on MacOS and it rocks.  It also works for you […]

Nvidia Ships Game Ready Driver For Final Fantasy XV and Warhammer: Vermintide 2

Nvidia keeps releasing what it calls ‘Game Ready’ drivers to ensure that GeForce cards have a high level of compatibility and performance with the latest PC titles at their launch. The latest, 391.01 WHQL, does this for three titles. The first is Final Fantasy XV for Windows, which will be released on March 6. Beyond incorporating a bevy of […]

VideoLAN Releases VLC Media Player Version 3.0

  VideoLAN has updated its open-source VLC media player to version 3.0 with a significant number of new features. VLC version 3.0 adds support for Chromecast, which lets people push video from their handset to any device that can receive casted content. Other additions include support for 360-degree video and 3D sound playback, HDMI passthrough, HDR […]

Chrome 68 Will Label All Unencrypted HTTP Websites As ‘Not Secure’

Starting with the Chrome 68 browser. Chrome 68 will label all HTTP sites as “not secure” when it is released in July. Google is quick to point out that the move to HTTPS has been happening at a rapid pace over the past few years and provided the following statistics: Over 68% of Chrome traffic […]

Google Drive Update Makes It Easier to Comment on Microsoft Office Files

Google has improved Google Drive’s compatibility with Microsoft Office documents. Drive users can now comment directly on more file types, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDFs, and images without first converting them to Docs, Sheets, or Slides. The commenting system for Office documents functions much the same as it already does for Google Docs. Google explained […]

Unicode 11 Will Sport Swappable Hair Styles and Female Heroes

The emoji that will appear in Unicode 11.0 have been finalized, according to the Unicode Consortium, and new options will be available for hair, skin, and gender. Some 157 new characters are included in Unicode 11.0. With the core characters set, operating system developers and device makers can adopt the base code ahead of their own […]

Grammarly Chrome Extension Bug Fixed Fast – Could Exposed User Data To Any Website

Google Project Zero security team has uncovered a bug in the popular Grammarly Chrome extension that exposed authentication tokens to all websites the users may have visited. The project zero team called this vulnerability a “high severity bug” because it would allow any website access to all your documents, history, logs, and all other data […]

Microsoft Spectre Patch For AMD CPUs Is Now Live On Windows Update

The AMD-compatible Spectre fix for Windows 10 is now live and being distributed through Windows Update. When the Meltdown/Spectre vulnerabilities first surfaced, Microsoft was quick to respond by rolling out software mitigations in its operating systems. Unfortunately, the fixes in Windows 10 had an unintended consequence for some older AMD CPUs, making them unbootable. Microsoft […]

Microsoft Release a Windows Patch to Disable Intel’s Buggy Spectre Patch

Spectre and Meltdown are causing all kinds of headaches of everyone from Inttel to  PC gamers to IT Admins to Software firms. Hackign isn;t the main source of the pain,  its resulting patches to prevent thehacking from ever happening. The fixes and work-a-rounds have sucked!  Performance issues and random reboots have been the results for […]

Nvidia Releases 390.77 WHQL Game Ready Driver For Metal Gear Survive

Nvidia’s latest Geforce driver release, 390.77 WHQL, brings “Game Ready” pre-optimization for the upcoming Kingdom Come: Deliverance (launching February 13) and Metal Gear Survive (launching February 22). The “Game Ready” initiative attempts to deliver optimized drivers for games before they release. The company also said that Metal Gear: Survive will debut with support for Nvidia’s […]

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