Does Microsoft have some kind of company policy that prevents it from providing easy access to the utility that allows a user at least some measure of control over the unwieldy beast that the Windows operating system has become?
Microsoft has issued a warning about a new type of ransomware that can self-propagate, behaviour that one normally associates with worms.
Once again, Microsoft has been caught out putting the security of its users at risk, by employing what has been described as a "nasty trick" to force an upgrade to Windows 10.
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So the battery is not part of the phone?
The iPhone didn’t “catch” fire. It was accidentally snapped in two and the lithium battery contents mixed and caught fire.
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