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  • Microsoft goes back to the future with Edge on Windows 7/8 • The Register

    Microsoft goes back to the future with Edge on Windows 7/8 • The Register0

    The Edge gang has finally grafted versions of Microsoft’s take on Chromium into Windows 7, 8 and 8.1. The release, which follows an official macOS build, comes the same day as competitor Vivaldi released version 2.6 of its own Chromium-based browser, which also supports Windows 7 and 8. Unlike Edge, however, Vivaldi also supports Linux.

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  • CERN announces move away from Microsoft

    CERN announces move away from Microsoft0

    The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) has announced an ongoing project to shift away from Microsoft products, in the face of ever-growing licensing costs and Microsoft’s refusal to recognise the organisation as academic in nature. Best known to computer users as the birthplace of the World Wide Web, CERN was founded in 1954 as

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  • Microsoft fixes 88 vulnerabilities, including four zero days, in June 2019 Patch Tuesday

    Microsoft fixes 88 vulnerabilities, including four zero days, in June 2019 Patch Tuesday0

    Microsoft’s security update released on 10th June fixed 88 flaws in total. Image via Pixabay Microsoft has released the latest round of ‘Patch Tuesday’ updates for Windows 10, fixing four zero days and 21 critical flaws. In total, 88 vulnerabilities are patched in the latest release, of which 66 are rated as “important” while one

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