Windows 10 Home

With Windows 10 Home at the heart of your computer you can do it all.

Built-in security features include antivirus, firewall, and internet protections
Choose to scan your face or fingerprint with Windows Hello for a fast, secure, and password-free way to unlock your system
Focus assist allows you to block notifications, sounds, and alerts for some distraction-free work time
Your timeline provides a quick and easy way to scroll your most recent documents, apps, and websites
Microsoft Photos is a simple way to organize, search, edit, and share your photos and videos
Instantly stream live gameplay, take screen recordings, and control individual audio settings with Game bar

Zoom meetings: You can now add live captions to your call – and they actually work

Technology company has brought live captions to Zoom calls, to help remote workers focus better.

Zoom calls will now come with the option of live captions, in a move that’s likely to make life easier for remote workers whose attention spans suffer steep declines during online meetings.

Bad year, great gear: 2020’s 7 best tech products

While Apple dominates Jason Squared’s list of best technology products, Google and Amazon do make an appearance.

It’s nearly the end of the year, which means it’s time to take a step back and reflect on 2020.

Despite how much this year was an Annus Horribilis on so many levels, some very good technology products were released. While we cannot list them all, here’s what made the top of our list on Jason Squared at ZDNet.

Zoom rolls out encryption for all desktop and mobile users

Zoom has kicked off end-to-end encryption for its mobile and desktop apps. Phase one of the encryption rollout doesn’t include meetings via a web browser.

Zoom, the big winner from remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic, is rolling out end-to-end encryption for all video meetings on mobile and desktop devices after criticism that it used “substandard” encryption.

Ransomware vs WFH: How remote working is making cyberattacks easier to pull off

This year has forced organisations to adapt quickly to enabling employees to work from home. That’s creating ‘chaos with no control’ – which cyber criminals are exploiting.

The unique conditions of 2020 mean businesses are more reliant on being digitally connected than ever before. Cyber criminals know this, which is why ransomware attacks have become even more pervasive – and effective during the course of this year.

CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2020

Create with passion. Design with purpose.
Break down creative barriers with CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2020. Find all the professional vector illustration, layout, photo editing and typography tools you need to create and complete important design projects, from virtually any device.

This product is the winandoffice-Edition of the the CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 2020. This edition contains all major product features of the program package minus the online and collaboration features. The access to the online contents provided by Corel is not given. This results in the reduced price of the product.

Criminal cyberattack is ‘morally repugnant’ says angry mayor, as council battles to restore services

East London council tries to restore services after ‘serious and complex’ attack creates disruption.

Hackney Council in London is continuing to try to restore services after a “serious and complex” cyberattack 10 days ago disrupted a number of its systems.

“I am incredibly angry that organised criminals have chosen to attack us in this way, and in the middle of dealing with a global pandemic. It is morally repugnant, and is making it harder for us to deliver the services you rely on,” said Hackney’s mayor, Philip Glanville.