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Yesterday Microsoft launched a site dedicated to providing info about cumulative updates for Windows 10. Today it launched one for Windows 10 Mobile, too.
Microsoft today started to roll out Windows 10 Mobile Preview Build 10586.107 to Insiders in the Fast ring. It also introduces a new third ring for Windows Insiders.
Microsoft is finally listening to Windows 10 users and is providing details on what cumulative updates contain via its Windows 10 Update History page.
Microsoft today rolled out new Cumulative Update KB3135173 for Windows 10. The update contains bug fixes, security updates, and performance enhancements.
Microsoft is looking toward the future with Windows 10, but you might have some older program that you still need to use, try Compatibility mode to make it work.
If you get a new computer that comes with Windows 10 preinstalled, you might want to downgrade it to Windows 7 or 8.1. Here’s what you need to know to do it.
Microsoft today launched a major update for its Groove Music service, and according to the changelog, there’s a lot going on, and there’s a full changelog!
Office 2013 includes a feature called Office Upload Center and it always shows up in the notification area of the Taskbar. Here’s how to get rid of it.
If you’re transferring a Windows 10 license to a new computer or need to reactivate your Windows key, here’s my experience using Microsoft Chat Support.
On the heels of the last Insider Build 14251 (released last week), Microsoft exec Gabe Aul announced the latest update, Build 14257 available to Insiders now.
The Windows 10 Spotlight feature provides beautiful backgrounds on your Lock Screen. These images are wallpaper worthy, too. Here’s how to find and save them.
It’s easy to prevent Windows 10 from installing automatically as a Recommended update. You just need to change a couple of Windows Update settings.
Depending on the type of Windows 10 license you have installed, you might be able to transfer it to a new computer, if needed. Here’s how to do it.