Not a big fan of Windows 10’s Quick Access? Wish it opened up to ‘This PC’ from the default taskbar-pinned icon instead? You’re in luck!
Before yesterday’s alarming “test update” came through Windows Update, I encountered another Windows Update issue on Windows 8.1.
Even while Microsoft wrote on the topic of privacy concerns, it does not address those concerns directly and resorts to finger-pointing at unnamed other companies to distract from the question and the fact that privacy control options will be added in as an after-thought.
While checking that the DHCP client service was running in Services.msc, another service caught my eye.
“Using a PIN is faster and more secure than a password – we think you’ll love it.” This seems contradictory to all that we have learned about passwords like the longer and the more complex, the better.
We explored keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10 Technical Preview briefly, before we even knew everything that Windows 10 would include like Cortana and Microsoft Edge.
‘GodMode’ provides a folder with all of the Control Panel applets in one place.
Kali Linux, the popular penetration testing live CD, has reached an important milestone: version 2.0.
Windows 10 is supposed to introduce a large step forward for gaming with DirectX 12 but why is it introducing a strange input lag for some games?
Microsoft delayed the Microsoft Virtual Academy event Preparing your Enterprise for Windows 10 as a Service to next week. One of the ways to prepare your enterprise for Windows 10 is to configure the new Group Policy settings.
Windows 10 updates began today. Here are some of the headlines surrounding it.