Tech Wrap-Up 6-23-2022

Tech Wrap-Up 6-23-2022

Tech Wrap-Up 6-23-2022, which is National Typewriter Day. A typewriter is a mechanical or electromechanical machine with an array of keys. Each key represents an individual letter, number, or punctuation. When depressed, a typewriter key causes a character to display on paper by striking an inked ribbon. The QWERTY keyboard layout, developed for typewriters in the 1870s, remains a standard for computer keyboards today. While you hunt for a replacement or correction ribbon, Tech Help Knowledgebase wraps up the day with a summary of today’s most engaging stories from our social media feeds. We order the story summaries below by user engagement (posts with the most likes, shares, clicks, hashtag clicks, and detail expands) and by the number of impressions received. Our human-curated social media feeds include links to technology news, how-to and help articles, and video tutorials for common issues.

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Today’s Tech Wrap-Up

1. Your email is a major source of security risks and it’s getting worse (ZDNet)

According to a recent Trend Micro report, malware delivered via email experienced a year-over-year 196% increase in 2021. Over 74% of the threats blocked by Trend Micro last year were email threats. Trend Micro used data collected from its enterprise customers that use Cloud App Security on top of Google Workspace and Microsoft 365. Some good news in the report states that ransomware threats sent by email declined in 2021.

2. Microsoft Edge 103 released (Tech Help Knowledgebase)

Microsoft released Edge 103 today with a new Gaming tab, Clarity Boost, Efficiency mode, and more. We recommend that Edge users update their browser software as soon as possible.

3. Apple’s Junk Message Reporting Now Covers SMS for Select U.S Carriers in iOS 16 (Mac Rumors)

The headline pretty much says it all. In the most recent iOS 16 beta, the Messages app now includes an option to “Report Junk” for SMS/MMS messages. This allows iOS device users to report spam messages directly to carriers instead of only reporting such messages to Apple.

4. 8 of the best web-based games you can play in your Android browser (Android Police)

To weed out mediocre and unplayable games, Android Police reviewed eight of the best web-based games to play on your Android device. Games include Tetris, Slither.io, Line Rider, War Brokers, Nightpoint.io, and a few others.

5. Chrome for iOS is getting better protections against malicious sites (The Verge)

So you use an iOS device and have made the right decision to use Chrome instead of Safari. The good news is your decision is about to pay off even more. Enhanced Browsing Safety is coming to the Chrome iOS app. Not only that, but Google is also adding Chrome’s built-in translation feature and some other goodies.

6. How to delete the Windows 11 page file with every shutdown (Tech Republic)

The Windows 11 page file is virtual memory for the operating system, which serves to improve your PC’s performance. As good as that sounds, the page file does not delete itself at the end of a session. That leaves the page file contents available to a potential attacker. This piece from Tech Republic shows you how to delete the page file by editing the Windows Registry each time you shut down your computer.

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