MICROSOFT has stopped the rollout of the latest Windows 10 update, after multiple reports that it was deleting users' files. The tech company will freeze the update until it has resolved the problem, and is currently advising people to "minimise" their use of affected computers and to contact Microsoft customer support directly. Microsoft released the update - version 1809 - … [Read more...] about Microsoft kills Windows 10 update that ‘deleted’ users’ files – did you download THIS version?
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Microsoft is rolling out a new update for testers in its Windows Insiders program that delivers iOS-like continuity features to Windows 10. Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17728 (RS5) is now available for users in the Fast ring, making it easier to access content between your Windows PC and your smartphone. Through the new Your Phone app, Microsoft will allow smartphone users … [Read more...] about Windows 10 update adds support for continuity functions via Your Phone app
It's important to keep your Windows 10 PC updated. You get security fixes, new features, small improvement tweaks, and more. Unfortunately, updating Windows 10 can often take years. Or so it might feel when you're watching an update sit still, you pacing around knowing that you have stuff to do on your PC. This isn't exactly a rare problem, and you'll almost always find a … [Read more...] about Why Windows 10 updates take so long (and some potential fixes)
In a lot of ways, Windows 10 is the best operating system Microsoft has ever released. One of the main reasons it is so beloved is the way Microsoft continues to support it with major overhauls, such as the upcoming Windows 10 Redstone 4, or as it may be called soon, the Spring Creators Update. As with any major update for Windows 10, Redstone 4 looks set to bring a host … [Read more...] about Windows 10 Redstone 4 news, features and release date
The Windows 10 Spring Creators Update (version 1803) is scheduled to arrive in April, and during the next several months the Microsoft servers will be busier than usual delivering the new major update to millions of compatible devices. The update will be slowly rolled out, initially targeting newer devices and then slowly expanding to older and untested Windows computers. This … [Read more...] about How to delay the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update while still getting updates