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Here's how to get the Windows 10 May 2019 update

It's not enough to have great new devices, apps and games – you also need to know how to use them. Here at The Verge, you'll find step-by-step instructions for experienced and new users working with online, MacOS, Windows, Chrome OS, iOS, and Android apps, services, phones, laptops, and more. From simple instructions for installing and using new equipment to …

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Windows Update May 10, 2019 Available today

For those who want the latest and best production version of Windows 10. good news. For those who prefer to watch from the sideline until the kinks are worked out; good news. Today, Microsoft has officially released the Spring Update 2019 for Windows 10, affectionately referred to as the Windows Update of May 10, 2019. There are a few new …

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The latest Windows 10 updates prevent access to some UK government websites

If you've installed the latest cumulative updates for the Windows 10 operating system from Microsoft, you may have noticed that some official websites in the UK are no longer accessible in Internet Explorer or Microsoft Edge. Microsoft has released security updates for all supported versions of Windows 10 on Tuesday of the company's monthly patch day. On Thursday, Microsoft added …

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Older Windows versions vulnerable to malware like WannaCry

Upgrading your operating system can be a serious neck pain. The new software may be flawed at first, some of your old programs may lose compatibility, and the worst thing is that your computer may be out of service for hours. It is no wonder that so many people still choose to use the same operating system that their computer …

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Windows 7 and XP are vulnerable to a big security hole – so patch now

Microsoft has warned those who still use Windows XP, Windows 7 or other early operating systems (OS) and asked them to update their PCs with the latest security patch to prevent this A Serious Threat. The computer giant has discovered a security flaw in these earlier versions of its operating system similar to the devastating WannaCry ransomware that conquered the …

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Microsoft warns that a worm Windows error could lead to another WannaCry

Microsoft warns that the Internet may experience another exploit with the extent of the WannaCry attack that shut down computers around the world two years ago, unless users have fixed a high-severity vulnerability. The software maker took the unusual step of porting back the recently released patch for Windows 2003 and XP, which has not been supported for four or …

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Microsoft Patches "Wormable" Error in Windows XP, 7 and Windows 2003 – Cancer on Security

Microsoft today takes the unusual step of releasing security updates for unsupported, but still widespread Windows operating systems such as XP and Windows 2003 . citing the discovery of a "wormable" bug that, according to the company, could fuel a rapidly evolving malware threat such as the 2017 WannaCry ransomware attacks. WannaCry's May 2017 global malware epidemic affected around 200,000 …

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Microsoft confirms that UWP is not the future of Windows apps

As I predicted, Microsoft is effectively killing UWP by ensuring that all development platform capabilities are available for previous apps. "They told us that they want us to continue to decouple many parts of the platform's Universal Windows Platform so they can gradually take over," writes Kevin Gallo, vice president of Microsoft, in a blog post for developers. "You can …

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Windows subsystem for Linux gets more Linux

Today, the Redmond company announced some important changes to the Windows subsystem for Linux as well as some improvements to the Windows 10 command line with the Windows Terminal at the Microsoft Build Developer Conference. Both extend the already robust development methods under Windows and offer some fantastic features and additions. The Windows subsystem for Linux has evolved dramatically since …

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