Microsoft releasing ” new look ” MSN web exclusive just for Windows 8 and IE 10

It’s specially redesigned for it’s incoming Windows OS series which will be released this October 26th, Microsoft mentioned that it will be a fluid design or we known it as ” Metro ” which match with Windows 8 theme ” Metro ” and it will be simpler than now. But user still able to use the ” classic ” when using other Browser than IE 10.

 

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Microsoft release ” fix it ” today and Security Fixes on Friday for IE ” security issues “

Today, via it’s blog Microsoft publish a solution (  Fix it ) helping user with the issue with a simple way – easy to be done DIY, without disturbing the user browsing experience ( Previously, Microsoft gave it’s user some solution but it may distrub browsing experience ; here for info ). But Microsoft said that it won’t completely fix this issue until they will release the security update for IE 6 – 9.

Microsoft IE’s Issue – Solution ?

A week ago, a breach was found in Microsoft Internet Explorer – causes malicious website attack the victim’s PC. No update  available since this breach detected, but Microsoft has given some advices – if you able to adapt other browser ; Firefox / Google Chrome recommended. Here some solution given by Microsoft :

  1. Install  Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit ; it helps avoid vulnerability being exploited ( Include IE )
  2. Set Internet and Local Intranet Setting to High ; Launch IE – Open Gear icon – Find and click Internet Option from the pop out menu – Click Security in Internet Option

! Warning !

Some of settings applied above may cause some website has problem while accessing.

CCleaner 3.22.1800 Update

Improvements :

 

  • Startup Item tool compatibility.
  • Benchmarking for Cleaner summary results.
  • Support for Custom Files and Folders.
  • File security algorithms.
  • Minor GUI
  • Wildcard support in search boxes.

 

Fixed :

  • Support for Windows 2000.
  • Bug fixes.

What’s New :

  • Full support for Windows 8.
  • Option to Exclude a single registry value.

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Prepare your PC for Windows 8 …. If your interested with it ….

System Requirements :

  • Processor: 1GHz CPU or faster
  • RAM: 1GB (32-bit) or 2GB (64-bit)
  • Disk space: 16GB (32-bit) or 20GB (64-bit)
  • Graphics: DirectX 9-capable video card with WDDM driver

Those requirements are just only some things your PC needs in order to use Windows 8, First thing first an updated Hardware ( Components )  [ It is recommended to use at least Vista drive. ] A clean PC, you can use CCleaner program to help clear things up. That program can cleans ” stuff ” which you don’t need like caches from various programs, fixing / deleting registry. And now, one more thing to do before Upgrading your PC is Backup all your files, Deactivate/ Deauthorize your program ( iTunes, Photoshop ect ) and Save all your program serial keys. If you have forgotten your serials of your programs you can use Belarc Advisor

Well, that’s all you’ll need just in case you want to upgrade your PC. Good luck using Windows 8 ….