Microsoft's emergency security patch for the PrintNightmare vulnerability has an unfortunate side effect in that it is completely disabling some printers.
The PrintNightmare flaw that emerged earlier this week has been addressed with an emergency patch from Microsoft that should be installed immediately on Windows 7 and up.
Recent reports reveal that Windows 7 is the second most popular OS even though users can still upgrade for free.
A quarter of the world’s devices still run Windows 7. Due to security risks, the FBI is stepping in to encourage Windows 7 users to upgrade their systems.
This attractive Windows 7 notebook offers very good performance for the price, but its touch interface could be more polished.
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