Tag: windows

  • Microsoft Releases More Win10 Updates

    Paul Thurrott (http://www.thurrott.com) just reported that Microsoft has updated the shipping versions of Windows 10 again this month. It’s another Cumulative Update so you’ll need to reboot your machine after the update gets installed. With all the Bad Guy activity going on, it’s not really surprising to me. While it’s a pain in the rear […]

  • Microsoft Win10 Anniversary Update to be released August 2nd

    Mary Jo Foley at All About Microsoft reports that Microsoft will be releasing Service Pack 1 (oops — I meant Anniversary Update) on August 2nd just a few short days after the one year release date anniversary of Windows 10 and the end of the free upgrade offer. Ms. Foley spoke with Terry Myerson (Windows […]

  • So Long Quicktime, It was fun.

    We’re recommending you remove the Quicktime Player from any machines you have it installed on. It was a not so “quick” ride that has come to an end. Windows 8 & 10 haven’t played well with Quicktime anyway. In fact the plugin was deactivated with the last Quicktime update received this past January. Trend Micro […]

  • Microsoft announces new tool to help Enterprises fight the Bad Guys

    Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection is the new tool being released by Microsoft to help Enterprises to fend off cyberattacks. Like its “Daddy” Windows Defender, it will be “baked in” to Windows 10 and will therefore be updated on a regular basis with the rest of the Operating System. The new tool is designed to detect advanced […]

  • Why Microsoft wants everyone to have Windows 10

    Microsoft is in what appears to be a huge rush to get everyone to upgrade to Windows 10. They’ve even put a date on when they will quit giving it away for free: July 29, 2016. Why is that and what’s the rush you ask? There are a few good reasons to get everyone on […]

  • Have Android phone and a Windows account? No problem.

    Paul Thurrott explains how to add your Windows account(s) to your Android phone.

  • Have an iPhone but your contacts are in Windows?

    Paul Thurrott shows you how to link your Microsoft account(s) (Outlook Contacts, etc.) on an iPhone. Set up your Microsoft Accounts on your iPhone