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Day: April 9, 2018

  • Why Need to sync Windows 10 local files to OneDrive Cloud storage is mainly used as a way to share files with others or as a backup solution. Thus, it is more and more popular, and many users are turning to backup files to Clouds. Microsoft Windows continuously improved its OneDrive service. The OneDrive cloud storage solution is built in directly into the Windows 10 and has become an important part in Windows 10. With 15 GB free cloud space and unlimited subscribed cloud service, syncing files among multiple devices is not problem. In Windows 10 account, there are a set of default folders to manage all files, including Desktop, Documents, Music, Pictures, Downloads and Videos. OneDrive Cloud storage could synced files and documents locally. Thanks to the Cloud storage feature, it solves those kinds of problem like the limited hard drive space, unavailable removable USB flash drive and others. It simplifies Windows 10 users life. To sync Windows 10 local documents to OneDrive is easy and just download OneDrive from the File Explorer, sign in with your Microsoft account and password, then to drag the files to OneDrive. You can drag and drop some small files to OneDrive Cloud, how about those large files with amount of data? It takes time and energy to drag and watch the working process. Then, you need some third-party sync software to help you. Third-party software to help with syncing Windows 10 local documents to OneDrive AOMEI Backupper is a professional and affordable backup software for Windows system. It allows you to back up important data and restore your data if there are any problems. The file sync is newly-added feature in the version version and supports you to select the Cloud storage as the destination path such as Onedrive, Google drive, and...
  • I really wanted to like Windows 10’s Mail app. I always thought Outlook was overkill for me, so when Windows 10 was in development, I closely tracked how its mail client was coming along. It turns out that Windows Mail is unusable, and instead of improving it, Microsoft is looking to drive users away. Microsoft started forcing Mail to use Edge for email links in Windows 10 build 17623 last month. This week, the company started including Office 365 ads right at the bottom of the app. But even these poor decisions are just extra nails in the coffin. I have always preferred desktop email clients to web email. I like having all my emails available offline by default, I prefer managing emails in windows, and I like leaving emails open in a constant to-do list style. VentureBeat I am more of a Newton Mail guy I really don’t use mail too often.
  • Ransomware has been around for a few years, but it has become an albatross around everyone’s neck, targeting big businesses, hospitals, financial institutions and individuals worldwide and extorting millions of dollars. Last year, we saw some major ransomware outbreaks, including WannaCry and NotPetya, which wreaked havoc across the world, hitting hundreds of thousands of computers and business networks worldwide. From small to mid-range businesses, Microsoft Office 365 remains the most widely used and fastest-growing work office suite, so it’s no surprise that it has become a primary target for viruses, ransomware, and phishing scams. The Hacker News Its about time this is long overdue.
  • The kernel lockdown feature further restricts access to the kernel by user-space with what can be accessed or modified, including different /dev points, ACPI restrictions, not allowing unsigned modules, and various other restrictions in the name of greater security. Pairing that with UEFI SecureBoot unconditionally is meeting some resistance by Linus Torvalds. This thread is what has Linus Torvalds fired up today. Phoronix Linus has been working really hard to make Linux is secure.