The November Update is back. Today Microsoft released an official statement clarifying the reason for removing the update from both MCT and Windows Update.
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The Windows 10 Find My Device feature works like technologies available in smartphones or tablets and helps you find your PC if it’s lost or stolen.
Microsoft recently released a significant update to its Bing search app for iOS. It focuses on finding information faster with primary links to common activities.
With Microsoft taking what seems to be a ‘no soup for you’ approach to delivering the first major update for Windows 10 called the November Update.
According to report by a Microsoft MVP, Greg Carmack on the Microsoft Community forums, the November Update has been pulled from Windows 10 ISO website.
Microsoft today started a promotion it’s calling 10 Days of 10 Cent Deals in the Windows 10 Store. This is a good time to load up on great content on the cheap.
When Microsoft releases a major update there are always previous Windows install files left behind. Here’s how to delete them to reclaim disk space.
One of the helpful new features in the Windows 10 November Update is switching your time zone automatically based on your location.
Microsoft today released its first cumulative update for the Windows 10 November update version 1151 or Build 10586.3. Here’s how to get it right away.
Microsoft today rolled out Windows 10 Mobile Build 10586 for Insiders in the fast ring. No significant changes to the UI but many bug fixes and improvements.
With the Windows 10 November update (version 1511) comes the ability to have your apps install to an SD card by default. Here’s how to find and set it up.
With the most recent Windows 10 November update, there are new personalization options including the ability to add a fourth column of tiles to Start.
If you forget your Windows password it might seem like the end of the world. But don’t worry because we have you covered. Here’s how to get it back.
Microsoft’s Surface devices have detachable Type keyboard covers. If you want to protect your investment, one way is to remove the keyboard correctly.