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Chrome 70 released with Windows web app support and option to disable controversial login

October 17, 2018

Via: The Verge

Chrome 70, the latest version of Google’s browser, is rolling out now on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. The update sees Google reverse some of the controversial changes it made with the last version, by allowing users to stop the […]


Operating System, Windows

3…, 2…, 1? How complaints tamed Microsoft’s aggressive feature upgrade strategy

October 16, 2018

Via: Computerworld

Microsoft has jiggered and rejiggered Windows 10’s release and support model enough times to befuddle even the most astute follower. Each time, the company downplayed what had been true and highlighted what had become the new truth. That’s how things […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10 October 2018 Update could wreck havoc with Intel’s new graphics driver

October 11, 2018

Via: Tech Radar

Intel has released a new graphics driver for Windows 10 which improves performance for FIFA 19. However, the odd thing is the firm has downgraded the audio driver a previous version that could be incompatible with the October 2018 Update. […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10 gets a pair of reissued updates, but Microsoft isn’t saying what went wrong

September 27, 2018

Via: Tech Radar

Microsoft has made something of an odd move in reissuing a pair of updates for Windows 10, which apparently had something wrong with them in the original release. However, the firm has failed to clarify exactly what the issues with […]


Operating System, Windows

Microsoft: Clear Your Space for Windows 10 October Update

September 21, 2018

Via: LaptopMag

If you don’t have much storage available in your Windows 10 machine, you might want to clear it out before you consider installing the Windows 10 October 2018 Update. Microsoft has started warning its users that if you don’t have […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10 is losing the following features in the October 2018 Update

September 18, 2018

Via: Tech Radar

As Windows 10 continues to evolve, certain bits of functionality are ditched as a natural part of that process, and Microsoft has just highlighted the features which are being removed with the incoming October 2018 Update (and also the elements […]


Operating System, Windows

Latest Windows 10 preview is about fine-tuning, points to next big update coming soon

August 15, 2018

Via: Tech Radar

Microsoft has rolled out another preview build for Windows 10, and the big news is that there is no news – in other words, there are no introductions whatsoever in terms of new features, just minor bug fixes and tweaks. […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows 10’s latest preview converts File Explorer fully to the dark side

August 9, 2018

Via: Tech Radar

Its focus may be shifting to the next big update for Windows 10 due in 2019, but Microsoft is still continuing work on the build due to land later this year, and has just unleashed the latest Redstone 5 preview, […]


Operating System, Windows

July Windows .Net patches appear, disappear, reappear, disappear again

July 23, 2018

Via: Computerworld

Microsoft’s July 2018 series of patching missteps, with .Net security patches in particular, have left many admins in the lurch. Less than two weeks after they were first unleashed, poorly documented versions of the patches now appear to be available, […]


Operating System, Windows

Windows Update Survey: What do you think about Microsoft’s patching regime?

June 26, 2018

Via: Computerworld

Susan Bradley, the driving force behind the patchmanagement.org mailing list, really wants to know: What do you, as an individual, think about Windows updates? She’s started two SurveyMonkey surveys that ask for your feedback on Windows patching, the quality of […]