Windows 10

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Windows 10 is a series of personal computer operating systems produced by Microsoft as part of its Windows NT family of operating systems. It is the successor to Windows 8.1, and was released to manufacturing on July 15, 2015, and broadly released for retail sale on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 receives new builds on an ongoing basis, which are available at no additional cost to users, in addition to additional test builds of Windows 10 which are available to Windows Insiders.  Continue reading→

How to Use Windows 10 to Stay Focused While Working From Home
Your Windows 10 device boasts a feature that can help you concentrate on work, rather than being distracted by random WhatsApp forwards, Slack messages, notifications, and promotional alerts. This Windows 10 feature is called  ‘Focus Assist’, which is designed to help prioritize and manage your notification settings so that you are not distracted and can focus on the task at hand.  Continue reading→

Windows 10 Privacy Guide: Settings Everyone Should Use
With large corporations using your data as currency, users are getting fed up and looking for ways to restrict how their data can be used to track them, display ads, or build interest profiles. Like almost all products these days, in its default state, Windows will track a lot of your activities to not only improve their products and services but also deliver ads and promotions. Thankfully, Windows 10 allows us to disable the operating system’s tracking and includes other settings to beef up your privacy game.  Continue reading→

Improve Your Windows 10 PC With These Free Apps
Microsoft Store features a decent selection of apps and there are apps which can offer advanced personalization settings such as transparent taskbar. If you’re looking for some great apps for your Windows 10 device, here’s a list of the interesting apps currently available in the Microsoft Store.  Continue reading→

All the Windows 10 Tutorials You’ll Ever Need
“This treasure trove of Windows 10 tips and tutorials covers most areas of Windows 10. It’s a great resource for anyone new to Windows 10, and Windows 10 users can find things they didn’t know about or look for something specific. The tutorials are clear and easy to follow, often with more than one option to get something done.”  Continue reading→

How to Perform Windows Defender Offline Scan in Windows 10
If your PC is infected with persistent malware such as rootkits or especially stubborn malware, you should consider using Windows Defender Offline scan feature. This is because Windows Defender Offline is run when Windows is not started and thus the malware is not active and blocking security software.  Continue reading→

How to Make Windows 10 Pause Updates for a Period of Time
In order to service Windows 10 with improvements, bug fixes, and security updates, Microsoft releases updates every month. Unfortunately, these updates often introduce other bugs that could cause problems with the proper operation of Windows. This has led some Windows users to want to delay, or pause, the installation of new updates until they have been determined to be bug free. To do this, Microsoft lets you pause or delay Windows Updates, and here’s how:  Continue reading→

Creating Custom Windows Sandbox Configurations in Windows 10
Windows 10 May 2019 Update (version 1903) included a new feature called the Windows Sandbox that allows you to safely run applications in isolation from the rest of the operating system. In order to make it more useful for users, Microsoft allows you to create configuration files that modify the functionality of the Sandbox. In this guide we will explain how to create a configuration file and then use it to launch the Windows Sandbox.  Continue reading→

Microsoft Now Enables Windows 10 Tamper Protection By Default
Microsoft has announced today that the Windows 10 Tamper Protection security feature is now officially generally available for the Enterprise and consumers. Along with this announcement, Microsoft will be enabling this security feature on all Windows 10 devices by default.   Continue reading→

How to Uninstall Windows 10 Updates Manually
Microsoft recommends that users keep their Windows 10 installations up-to-date, and while this is a good practice for security, there are times when Windows updates can cause more harm than good. Botched updates can ruin everything, from Start menu to desktop to the Action Center and the complete operating system.
In this guide, we will explain the steps required to uninstall Windows updates that have known issues or that are causing problems on your computer. With this guide you will learn how to remove updates via Settings, Control Panel and a Command Line tool.  Continue reading→

How to Get a List of Installed Windows 10 Updates
Windows 10 cumulative updates are released at least twice every month, and the updates include both security and non-security fixes. The monthly updates are downloaded and installed automatically in the background to provide quality improvements and important security fixes. Updates to servicing stack, security components are also installed without user’s consent.  Continue reading→

How to Manually Install Windows 10 Cumulative Updates
For most people, Windows updates are installed automatically with little to no efforts by users. In some cases, though, Windows 10 may fail to download and install the cumulative updates (monthly updates) or Windows Defender virus definitions. If you are experiencing issues with Windows Update or you have multiple PCs, you might want to use the Windows Update Catalog to download and install Windows updates manually.  Continue reading→

 

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