Posts Tagged ‘Windows Update’

You can now download Windows 10 November 2019 Update ISO file or as OTA update. Here are the details on the release.

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Microsoft has stopped the rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update after a number of people reported that the upgrade left them without some of their files, with document deletions becoming more and more widespread as the time rolled on.

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You can now download Windows 10 October 2018 ISO for Update 1809. Here are the details on this release for PC users.

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Having previously been codenamed Redstone 5, the new Windows 10 update will now be called the “Windows 10 October 2018 Update” and will, as you might have guessed, arrive in October 2018.

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A new report claims to confirm Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update release date window. Here are the details.

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Microsoft today has officially confirmed the rumored Windows 10 Anniversary Update release date. The most notable update to the Windows 10 platform to date will be made available by Microsoft to existing Windows 10 users as an entirely free-of-charge update, offering significant user-facing improvements. Here are the details.

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At Build 2016, Microsoft announced Windows 10 Anniversary Update. Here’s everything you need to know about its features and potential release date.

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The Windows 10 upgrade automatically downloads itself to Windows 8 and 7. You can disable it if you don’t want it eating up your limited Internet package, here’s a step-by-step guide on how.

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Windows 10 KB3081438 update is now available to download to fix Windows Store app downloads getting stuck issue. Here’s how to get the update now.

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I’ve expressed my likelihood for Windows 8 from time to time, and it’s very true that I believe Microsoft’s latest desktop operating system is one of the best that has ever come out of the Redmond software giant. The aesthetics are remarkable, the feature set has been greatly improved, and the overall user experience is fantastic, to say the least. Microsoft has also taken care of most of the stability issues as well, and generally, the idea of making the Consumer Preview of Windows 8 available to public has really paid off well in favor of the world’s largest software maker. However, that doesn’t imply that Windows 8 is without its grievances and qualms, one of them being the inability to prevent the system from automatically restarting after installing an update via Windows Update.

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Its time for Windows 7 RC users to check Windows Update again because just a few moments ago, Microsoft has pushed their scheduled Test Updates for Windows 7 RC as well as Language Packs for Windows 7 Ultimate Edition.

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Microsoft Update Product Team Blog has a new post announcing the roll out of an infrastructure update to Windows Update agent ( client code ), which will make it possible to install more than 80 updates at the same time. Over the next couple of months we’ll be rolling out another infrastructure update to the […]

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