On Windows 8/8.1 and Server 2012/2012 R2, you might encounter the message popping up: “Windows Update needs your help: Windows Update hasn’t been able to check for new updates for the last 30 days. Go to Windows Update to resolve this issue.”
If you were interested in the results of the scan, to see if something were fixed, there is no obvious means presented to see the results of the scan.
For the past few days, you may have run into a brick wall while searching for Support articles from Microsoft.
If you are running Windows 8.1 and the latest Avast antivirus, you may have noticed problems with your computer this week after installing the latest Windows Updates.
Every time I sign into Office 365 with my admin account, I am taken to a “Don’t lose access to your account” screen.
An error message kept Mac OS X from turning off the display at its normal time. As a result, the error message and other open windows were now burnt into the screen.
Apparently YouTube has made the decision to turn everything into auto-play by default and plays one of the suggested videos next. Here’s how to turn it off.
Via Microsoft’s Community forums, there are a number of reports that people are experiencing the blue screen of death with a Stop 0x50 error following the install of August’s Windows Updates.
When trying to build packages for Adobe’s Creative Cloud apps that updated last week, I ran into an error with the 32-bit versions of InCopy CC and InDesign CC.
The old web browser history. Sure, it has Incognito or Private Browsing mode now but it can still be useful to clear your history or select parts of it.
I built a mandatory profile on a virtual machine with a different resolution. This resulted in the icons being reset to the default when the profile loaded on the physical PCs with their native resolution.
I ran in to an instance last week where Group Policy was coming into question – specifically, why a computer wasn’t receiving new or updated policies.