So, something absolutely magical happened couple of days back! Windows 10 celebrated its second birthday this past Saturday, what with Microsoft having launched the OS on July 29, 2015. Feels like yesterday, that launch! Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 10, and in a surprise and totally unexpected move gave the...

Microsoft has made a few important changes to the Windows 10 servicing model, changes that the company describes as making Windows as a Service simplified and more aligned. The big deal, basically, is that this new servicing model makes it easier for everyone to have an idea, and know what to expect from major updates...

Poof! A new Windows 10 cumulative update made a special appearance, for some users, at least, before Microsoft quickly pulled the plug on it. But not before it was caught on camera! Cumulative Update KB4032188 is the one in question. It was spotted on July 27, specifically on systems running the Creators Update, which...

With the key milestone of making the Creators Update available to everyone behind it, Microsoft has shared the details of when Windows 10 version 1511 support will end. The software titan wants to discontinue an old version of the OS as soon as possible in order to better pursue its Windows as a Service approach. Not...

As in, this new version of Windows 10 is now fully available to all users. Except for those that are rocking PCs that cannot be upgraded to this shiny new flavor of the operating system. The software titan began, what it called, a phased rollout in April. And today it announced that the phased deployment has ended,...

I don’t know about you guys, but Paint, along with the good old Calculator, have been two of my most used Windows programs over the years. Paint for saving screenshots, and Calculator for, well, calculating. Microsoft, of course, replaced them both with modern apps. The Calculator app has been available on Windows 10...