Everything you need to fix after updating Windows 10

Windows updates are essential to maintaining the health and security of your PC, but they have an annoying habit of resetting your Windows 10 preferences at every opportunity. Some of these changes are minor irritations, some are more grating, but all are unwelcome. So, we’re going to show you how to put right some of the moreContinue reading “Everything you need to fix after updating Windows 10”

New Windows 10 update is causing a whole world of pain

Some Windows 10 users are encountering serious problems following the release of the recent “KB5001330” update, with some reports even coming in that the update itself can’t be installed on some machines. Earlier this week, Microsoft published its new April 2021list of updates, including Windows 10 KB5001330 for version 20H2/2004, which was a mandatory download intendedContinue reading “New Windows 10 update is causing a whole world of pain”

Big Windows 10 update just made working from home better – here’s how

The next big Windows 10 update will roll out performance improvements that support remote work and security. Microsoft officially confirmed the update to Windows 10, version 21H1, is coming this spring in a blog post. The company traditionally releases two major Windows updates per year. The 21H1 edition follows an October 2020 update and precedes a huge overhaulContinue reading “Big Windows 10 update just made working from home better – here’s how”

Why Windows 10 Users Should Buy Android Phones, Not iPhones

We tend to think of Windows as an agnostic operating system. It works with just about any device that you buy, regardless of that device’s branding. But when it comes to smartphones, your Windows 10 PC is all about Android. In fact, Windows users should skip the iPhone and stick with Android for perks likeContinue reading “Why Windows 10 Users Should Buy Android Phones, Not iPhones”

Windows 10 security flaw is under active attack – what you need to know

Google disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in Windows 10 last month, and it’s currently being used in the wild.  The security flaw, filed as CVE-2020-17087, puts both Windows 10 and Windows 7 at risk. Google gave Microsoft the standard 7-day notice to patch the issue, but a week has come and gone with no solution. As aContinue reading “Windows 10 security flaw is under active attack – what you need to know”