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Security Software / Re: Microsoft® Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.47
« Last post by hayc59 on June 15, 2017, 08:10:37 pm »
Microsoft® Windows® Malicious Software Removal Tool
The updated version of Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool is available.

Version: 5.49
Date Published: 06.13.2017
Language: English
Download Size: 41.3 MB

Please review KB890830 for the list of malicious software that the current version of the tool is capable of removing as well as usage instructions. Also, please be aware that this tool reports anonymous information back to Microsoft in the event that an infection is found or an error is encountered. The above KB article contains information on how to disable this functionality and what specific information is sent to Microsoft.

  Microsoft Download Center
General Software / Re: Mozilla Firefox
« Last post by hayc59 on June 14, 2017, 08:14:24 am »
Firefox v54.0 Released
Released: June 14 2017

Whats New
• Added Burmese (my) locale
• Added support for multiple content processes (e10s-multi)
• Simplified the download button and download status panel
• Various security fixes
• Moved the mobile bookmarks folder to the main bookmarks menu for easier access
• Additional changes for web developers
• Added ability to create and save custom devices in Responsive Design Mode
Firefox ESR was updated to version 52

Direct Download: Firefox 54.0 for Windows | Fully Localized Versions
More Info: Release Notes
More Info: Build Notes
General Software / Re: CCleaner
« Last post by hayc59 on June 13, 2017, 05:14:53 pm »
CCleaner v5.31.6105 Released
June 13 2017

Whats New
• Improved Windows 10 Creators support
• Improved Firefox History cleaning
• Improved Chrome Cache and History cleaning
• Optimized Scheduling functionality (Professional only)
• Improved high-DPI support
• Minor GUI improvements
• Minor bug fixes

Download CCleaner 5.31
Other Builds
Whats New

Caution: Many companies are adding or bundling prechecked offers of other software with their installation processes.
UNCHECK any unwanted, prechecked software installs that may be offered.
Utilities / Re: Total Uninstall News
« Last post by hayc59 on June 11, 2017, 02:39:13 pm »
Total Uninstall v6.20.0

Whats New
• Improved the uninstall sequence for batch uninstall and for multiple installations monitored as one
• In the uninstall process, a single dialog will show all items found created after install
• Some bug fixes

Download: Total Uninstall
Security Software / Re: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
« Last post by hayc59 on June 10, 2017, 02:58:58 pm »
Malwarebytes v3.1.2.1733- 1.0.141 Released
June 10th 2017

• This included a minor change to how threat data is sent back to us.
• The installer from the website has also been updated to include this package now.

Download: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
Security Software / Re: Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
« Last post by hayc59 on June 01, 2017, 05:30:16 pm »
Malwarebytes v3.1.2.1733-10139 Released
June 1st 2017

We have just released a new component update package for Malwarebytes 3.1 -- 1.0.139
This update is applied automatically if you have automatic application updates enabled.
If you don't wish to wait for the automatic update, you may manually install using our updated Malwarebytes 3.1 installer,
which can be downloaded from our main website

• Improved performance with Microsoft Edge
• Some additional memory usage enhancements
• Fixed an issue where the “Enable self-protection early start” setting could interfere with upgrades
• Fixed a conflict with K9 Web Protection
• Several other miscellaneous crash and defect fixes

Download: Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware
Security Software / Re: SpywareBlaster Updates
« Last post by hayc59 on May 30, 2017, 11:05:16 pm »
New: 05.30.2017
Items: 17675
Last: 04.28.2017
Last: 17654
Changes: 21 Entries
21 Internet Explorer
0 Restricted Sites
0 Mozilla/Firefox
0 Chrome
0 Pale Moon

After updating remember to enable all protection!

Download: Online Updater
Members Corkboard / memorial day
« Last post by mark5019 on May 29, 2017, 01:15:01 pm »
lets remember the soldiers who have given there all.
and to who have served and serving now for our freedom
Microsoft is moving to Windows as a service and it is understandable that they want to rid older, insecure versions of Windows. Frankly, my position is to those I provide assistance, they move to WinX or find someone else for service. I have heard many excuses in the Tech Media and I am convinced that in two years, their posts will all be done in emojis. Those that I once thought had actual expertise have been exposed for their concern for controversy instead of providing guidance. IMO Win7, 8, and 8.1 are junk; although WinX is frustrating on some levels because of Microsoft's move to a Universal operating system. I have used Linux and MAC OS and keep returning to Windows because of its versatility and security. For the "old programs" argument, I query whether the individual has researched the WinX Compatibility Mode and remind them that WinX comes in both 32-bit and 64-bit modes. Only issues I have ever had were with 8-bit and a few really archaic 16-bit games. Just sayin'.
You can find better details on which processors are effected and new hardware with time dates here.
Also I don't agree that you should be forced to upgrade anything if Windows 7 , Windows 8 and 8.1 are working currently on any system old or new. 
Some people may not even know and the ones that do will not be happy. Not a smart move IMO on MS choices.

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