Sign me up, Scotty! Microsoft has been working to streamline Windows 10 updates these past few months, and the results of these efforts are now out in the open. Not only did the company marked the end of delta updates earlier this month, it is now aiming for an updated design that creates a compact update package for...

Will they? A research conducted by consumer group Which? has revealed that no less than 50% of all Windows 10 users have experienced bugs in the operating system. Many of which causing severe issues. According to the data provided, 21% of the respondents said that software compatibility issues were the most common...

What a disastrous way to start the new year! Microsoft, Intel, and other PC manufacturers are still dealing with the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities these days. With the Redmond based company making available a range of patches and fixes. And although Intel has been quick to downplay the impact on performance...

The technology world was shaken to its very core at the start of 2018, pun always intended, as two big new vulnerabilities named Meltdown and Spectre were made public. The former is being called one of the worst CPU bugs ever found, while the latter is expected to be a bigger problem in the long term — not only is...

Although the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update saw a lot of action earlier this month at Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft has lined up another cumulative update for this version of the OS. One that comes with a lot of fixes. Available as KB4051963, this update pushes the operating system to version 16299.98, and addresses a...

Patch Tuesday may still be a couple of weeks away, but Microsoft has just rolled out new updates for several versions of Windows 10, this side of the Fall Creators Update. There’s nothing for those running the latest iteration of the operating system, but users that are on versions 1703, 1607, and 1511 have something...

That’s quite a bunch! The September 2017 Patch Tuesday update cycle is in the air now, with Microsoft taking the time out to fix a whole lot of vulnerabilities in its software and operating platforms. No less than 81 of them. This rollout is kind of huge, as far as Patch Tuesday cycles go. What’s really interesting...

Microsoft has begun the process of rolling out the August Patch Tuesday updates for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile devices, with these patches now flying off the servers for both operating systems. Those of you rocking the Creators Update will see this labeled as KB4034674. While Windows 10 Mobile users will see...

Make room! As is typically the case with Microsoft, the company is gearing up to launch a whole bunch of Windows 10 updates as part of its Patch Tuesday cycle of release. Of course, some neat little refreshes will also be reserved for other versions of the OS. And other software products that carry the Microsoft...

And interestingly, these are not part of Patch Tuesday, or Update Tuesday, or what have you. More so, these Windows updates are flagged as optional on all systems, meaning they are not security in nature. The company, of course, released this month’s Patch Tuesday updates last week. As revealed, most of these updates...