Today’s new rounds of fixes are just for the Fall Creators Update (version 1709), the Creators Update (version 1703), and the Anniversary Update (version 1607.)
We’re well past Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft is just now pushing out a new round of updates for users still running the Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) or Anniversary Updates (version 1607.)
Even though Patch Tuesday was just a week ago, Microsoft released new cumulative updates for the Windows 10 Creators and Anniversary updates yesterday with a pretty long list of fixes.
Microsoft has pushed out new cumulative updates for both the Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) and the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607.) These patches push the Creators Update up to build 15063.936 and the Anniversary Update to build 14393.2097.
Microsoft released new cumulative updates for older version of Windows 10 today, including the November update which went out of support just a couple of weeks ago.
Some Windows 10 users have been reporting that this month’s Patch Tuesday updates left their systems unable to boot, but Microsoft has finally provided a fix.
Microsoft has quietly released the cumulative update KB4039396 for PC users running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, and this new quality update fixes all the known issues that were present in the latest patch.
Microsoft quietly released yesterday the cumulative update 14393.1613 (KB4034661) which brings more quality improvements to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Wireless screen sharing is an increasingly popular way to consume media from a smartphone. Using protocols like Miracast, you can beam video from your mobile device to your TV. If you own a Windows 10 PC, you can project your screen to it too, letting you mirror your phone onto your desktop monitor. Since the […]
“Windows as a Service” seems to be working for Microsoft, as the company revealed yesterday that 80% of the Windows 10 user base is running the Anniversary Update.
Dona Sarkar and the Windows Insider team have just announced that they are moving Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring to build 15063.`
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Jon von Tetzchner refers to Windows 10 upgrade resetting the default browser to Edge and talks about how Microsoft’s anti-competitive practices create problems for users.
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Microsoft understands the damage that ransomware can achieve, and has published a post over at the Windows blog letting its customers know just how committed the company is to defending against ransomware: