The future is shaky? It’s no secret that the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has had its fair share of problems, ever since Microsoft skipped over the Release Preview ring and released it to the public. Obviously, the issues were deep inside and testing would only have brought them forward. Not magically fixed...

Well, at least we have the details. And oh, the company has also restarted the rollout of the October 2018 Update after figuring out exactly what went wrong. For Insiders, at least. Apparently, a change made to the Known Folder Redirection (KFR) feature is to blame here. If you’re out of the loop, Microsoft pulled the...

Old and new. Never a dull moment when old and new don’t play nicely together. This is the case here, as the latest Windows 10 Insider builds that was recently released is causing issues. Installation issues on the Surface Pro 3. This is a rather old tablet now, considering all the new hardware Microsoft has launched....

In what is perhaps the oddest time for a show stopping bug to surface, one just has, with Microsoft confirming that there will be no new Windows 10 Insider Preview builds for quite some time. As in, until Tuesday, at the very least. There was talk that we may get a new version of the preview this week, what with this...

Windows has always had largely solid wizards that help you troubleshoot problems related to hardware and software in the operating system. And Windows 10 adds an even more helpful touch. Distressed PC users can now find a consolidated collection of all troubleshooting tools in a single location. This was added to the...

Oh boy, not again. It’s Patch Tuesday time. Or Update Tuesday, if you will. And this time around, another patch is causing trouble for users that deployed it on their machines. Not the first time this has happened, but we had a worry free few months prior to this incident. Anyway, the culprit in question is KB3001652,...

Well, at least the problem is not as widespread or as lethal as last time. Microsoft released a new patch but it appears that Windows 7 BSODs are still persistent. KB2993651 is the patch that has just been launched again a couple of weeks after it was released via the Update Tuesday cycle. But users that have deployed...

Microsoft had been delivering flawless updates these past few months, and the majority of users that deployed Patch Tuesday updates did so without experiencing any issues. Sure, Windows 8.1 Update caused a few installation problems, but that is not a patch, per se. But one of the fixes that the software titan rolled...

Recall that dreaded feeling? Yup, the one caused by the Blue Screens of Death (BSOD) error screens that showed up as a result of problems on Windows workstations. Windows XP was particularly notorious for this, and is widely regarded as the version of Windows with the highest average amount of BSOD errors — mostly due...