The software giant released two critical security updates to fix Internet Explorer vulnerabilities that could potentially harm Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. With Windows 8 around the corner and this week we learned that the software giant is planning to release Windows 8 OEM at the same price as what manufactures pay, under the “Personal Use License for System Builder” license. Check out the article to learn all the details and what it means to customers. If you are using Windows 7 there is a good chance that you use Microsoft Security Essentials as your antivirus solution. Now if you are moving to Windows 8 and you try to install MSE, you’ll notice that you are not allowed to do that, but don’t worry there is a good reason for it… All this and more.

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Updates to fix Internet Explorer and Windows 8 Flash exploit released Desktop Fun: Autumn Color in Japan theme – Fall wallpaper collection Facebook Shared Activity plugin makes easier to control privacy on web apps Microsoft releases a temporary ‘fix it’ for Internet Explorer vulnerability (50939/50938) Stop Windows 8 toast notifications while watching videos [Tip] Windows 8 System Builder pricing hinted: Ready to build your own new PC Microsoft advice steps to protect yourself from Internet Explorer 9, 8, 7, 6 security bug How Microsoft Security Essentials is different from Windows Defender Microsoft officially announced Windows 8 launch date: October 25th, 2012

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