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This Windows error is so bad that even the NSA prompts you to update

Did you know that Steve Ballmer had a job in front of the Los Angeles Clippers? Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty) It's not every day that the National Security Agency asks you to update your computer. Three weeks ago, a critical Windows vulnerability called BlueKeep was uncovered and fixed. In that short time, Microsoft has repeatedly asked users of older versions …

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Microsoft Issues Serious Windows 10 Upgrade Alert

<div _ngcontent-c14 = "" innerhtml = " Windows 10 finally gets the upgrade that all wanted and badly needed Now hundreds of millions of users have warned that this is not what they thought. Windows 10 updates are a mess Steve Kotecki Microsoft recently reversed Windows Vista 10 users with full control of updates with their 1903 upgrade and it …

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Microsoft prompts Windows users to install a patch for the BlueKeep Remote Code Execution vulnerability

Two weeks after warning about a critical Remote Desktop Services vulnerability, Microsoft is concerned that about one million computers connected to the Internet are unpatched and vulnerable to attacks. There is a danger that CVE-2019-0708 or BlueKeep will become the next WannaCry if no steps are taken to secure systems. Although there is still no sign of a worm exploiting …

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Windows 10 20H1 Preview: Your phone app is getting a huge boost

Microsoft released a new build for Windows 10, version 20H1, on May 29, 2019, for the Insider Preview Channel, which includes the 18908 release. The new build introduces massive improvements to the Your Phone application. Your phone and the companion app for Android and iOS connect mobile devices and Windows 10 PCs, making the functionality of the mobile phone available …

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Microsoft notes new features and major changes in Windows 11 – BGR

Compared to Windows Vista and Windows 8, Windows 10 was a runaway success. This does not mean that Microsoft's latest operating system is perfect, but it has improved in almost every respect from its predecessors and has improved only in the years since its introduction to the public. But almost four years later, Microsoft has begun looking into the future …

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Microsoft points to a new modern Windows operating system with "invisible" background updates

Microsoft has not yet officially confirmed the existence of its alleged Windows Lite operating system, but the software giant is leaving some pretty big clues about the future of Windows today. Nick Parker, Microsoft's vice president of consumer and device sales, joined Computex today to explain the company's vision for a modern operating system. While Parker did not reveal Windows …

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update Feature Focus: Lightweight designs and sandboxes

This week, Microsoft officially released the May 10, 2019, Windows Update for the world. Fortunately, due to some recurring issues in recent updates, the company is very cautious this time around. An approach that will hopefully mitigate some of the upgrade issues that will always occur when running a major system update for software that requires an almost infinite number …

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Best Windows 10 apps this week

Three hundred thirty-six in a series. Welcome to this week's review of the best apps, games, and extensions released in the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 over the past seven days. Microsoft has released the May 2019 update for Windows 10. For more information about the removed or deprecated features, see Wayne's article and how to upgrade devices to the …

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System Administrators: You must be aware of this patch change for Windows 10 1903

Photo credits: Microsoft Administrators managing Windows updates should be aware of a change that Microsoft has made since the May 2019/1903 update on patch handling. The change is related to the work. Microsoft underpins the Microsoft Update system infrastructure. I first heard about this change because Configuration Manager architect Bryan Dam runs the damgoodadmin.com website. Microsoft blogged about the change …

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