As of October 2016, Windows will releasing single monthly rollups that will contain both security issues and reliability issues in the single update. The monthly rollup will be released the usual ways but not through the download center. 339 more words
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Ran across this tonight when I was sitting around relaxing and catching up on some newsfeeds I have been neglecting. Speaking of neglecting things, if you neglected to take advantage of the free Windows 10 upgrade, like me, then you can probably neglect reading this article too. 86 more words
If you want to update to Windows 10 Anniversary update now and Windows Update keeps saying you’re already up to date, then do the following… 73 more words
Long time no post! But I’m going to get back into the swing of things. For now though, here’s a short but sweet one.
As you probably know, Microsoft have just released the Anniversary Update for Windows 10 – a ‘major’ feature update one year on from the OS’s original release. 49 more words
We’ve talked about nonsense in Windows 10 about million times so far, but this one is on a bit more serious note. Yeah, I’ve been running Windows 10 for a while now and apart from privacy garbage, it’s been working fine. 104 more words