Windows 10 is getting constant updates with new features. We’re here to keep you up to date on the new features in the latest Windows version.
Windows 10 updates are a perpetual cause of problems for many users. Here’s an update of the latest Windows 10 update problems and how to solve them.
Windows updates often change your settings. Use this handy Windows 10 update checklist to quickly check for any changes after major updates.
Microsoft Cortana switches from virtual assistant to productivity tool with the May 2020 update. Find out if she’s still useful or not.
The May 2020 update has arrived. While it’s bringing some new features, find out what Windows 10 is losing and what’s being replaced in the new version.
Microsoft’s Windows updates don’t always go smoothly. Find out what to do about the Windows 10 1903 update that breaks Chromium. browsers.
SetupDiag is a free Microsoft utility for diagnosing any Windows 10 problem. Learn how to use this tool to fix Windows 10 update problems.
Many people are having issues when updating their Windows. Here is how you can troubleshoot and update your WIndows to version 1903 successfully.
If you recently updated your Windows device and noticed that some of your Bluetooth devices have stopped working, this is a deliberate decision by Microsoft for the sake of your OS security.
Microsoft has announced they’ll be allowing users to control their updates. Scheduled for the May 2019 update, you’ll be able to review and download updates manually.
There are times when Windows 10 updates make your system unbootable. For such cases, you can uninstall updates from the advanced startup screen. Here’s how.
Recently, Microsoft pushed a very interesting “gaming update” to insiders. Here is what you need to know about this “gaming tech update.”
Windows 10 has had issues with update space before, and that is why it will now automatically reserve 7GB of space dedicated just for update downloads.
2018 wasn’t the most glamorous year for Windows 10. Here are five major updates and events that are likely to come to Windows 10 in 2019.
With the October update just rolling out after months of constant hiccups, let’s take a look as to what Microsoft has in store for 2019.
Windows 10’s Delivery Optimization feature lets you transfer updates to and from other PCs on your network. Here’s how you can manage the delivery optimization cache.
One of the most hated features in Windows 10 is its forced update. If you are having issue with the update, here’s how you can stop Windows 10 forced update.
With the issues plaguing the Windows 10 update, it’s time we have another look at Windows’ automatic updates and question if they’re the best course of action.
In October 2018 Windows 10 will receive a major update. This update will remove, move, or stop development on some of the features currently within Windows 10.
There are times you may want to limit the Windows update bandwidth to specific hours of the day when you are using mobile data.
Windows recently launched their latest update that’s full of great goodies. It’s too soon to see if this new update brings any unwanted features, but it does have quite a few that are quite useful.
Set to launch this April, Windows 10 Spring Creators Update brings a host of new features for Windows 10 and various improvements. Here’s what you can expect.
Windows has the tendency to use a lot of bandwidth while running the Windows Update. Here is an option you can set to limit bandwidth for the Windows Update.
In Windows 10 you have to go to the Setitngs app to check if there’s an available update. Learn how to add a “Check for Updates” option to the context menu.
There are times when you might want to pause system updates for a period of time. Learn how you can easily defer or pause Windows 10 update.
It is very common to have a system freeze during or after a Windows update. Is your Windows 10 Update stuck? Here’s what you can do to restore your system.
In the event you need to troubleshoot your PC, you can find the Windows update history in Windows 10 and see what has been updated and is causing the issue.
If you think Windows 10 is downloading an incompatible driver, here is how you can temporarily block Windows 10 from installing that specific driver.
Windows 10 doesn’t give you an option to stop a Windows update from running. Here’s a hack to forcefully pause and resume a Windows update.
It can be annoying if Windows never stops installing the same update. Here is how you can stop Windows from installing the same update over and over again.
Microsoft recently announced the Convenience Rollup update for Windows 7 users. Here’s what you need to know about it and how to install it.
Downloading Windows updates individually is not only time-consuming and unproductive but is also frustrating. If you’d prefer to update Windows 10 offline, here’s how you can do that.
Windows 10 just got its first major update dubbed Threshold 2. Here is the roundup of all the new features and improvements in the big Fall update.
Microsoft made it harder to manage updates in Windows 10; there are no options to hide unwanted updates. So, here’s how to hide updates using PowerShell.
If you’re on a limited Internet connection, here’s how you can disable Windows Update Delivery Optimization in Windows 10 to save Internet bandwidth.
Sometimes you may not want Windows to always automatically update a device driver. Here’s how you can disable driver updates through Windows Update.
Windows 8.1’s Update and Recovery contain options for speeding up your PC, as well as completely wiping it for either sale or a clean install. Let’s take a detailed look
If you are using multiple computers, you may find it a troublesome to update all the computers, especially when you are not connected to the Internet. In this article, we will show you how you can download Windows updates offline and then install on multiple computers without downloading the updates again.
Most Windows PCs come with English as their default language. However, you can add or remove language packs as necessary and Windows 8 makes it easier than ever. While in Windows 7, only the Ultimate or Enterprise version comes with the ability to install additional languages via Windows Update, language packs in Windows 8 can be quickly downloaded and installed without much trouble.