The feature-packed Windows Creators Update might not have made its way into every PC yet, but Microsoft wasted no time in announcing its successor! The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update was announced at the Build 2017 conference and is expected to hit most Windows 10 PCs (including Windows 10 S devices) by September.
If you’ve ever had a problem with how Microsoft Windows updates are rolled out, we have some good news. In a recent announcement, the team behind the world’s most popular operating system promised to make updates more consistent and user friendly.
In case you’re wondering what Creators Update is and how it differs from a regular update, it’s Microsoft’s name for Windows 10’s latest features. Microsoft no longer offers Windows 10 upgrades for free, but these latest updates are. Aside from notable design enhancements and user experience, Windows 10 users can anticipate the Creators Update for its system update improvements and new security features.
One of the issues that face most users of Microsoft’s latest operating system platform is the amount of time and processing power required to perform Windows 10 updates. This issue causes problems both for businesses and individual users alike, because the newest Windows operating system processes these updates automatically.
Updates to the Microsoft Paint program have been a long time coming, and finally, Microsoft has delivered. Recently, the company announced major innovations to this longstanding entry-level image editing program, and it renamed the application to Microsoft Paint 3D. If you find yourself wondering how the new Microsoft Paint 3D can benefit your business computing and IT work, here are some changes to Microsoft Paint that you might find useful.
Windows 10 is the newest version of Windows that aims to make the user experience more streamlined and enjoyable. However, as wonderful as the new features are, you may know nothing of them because they’ve been revealed somewhat sneakily. If you are curious about the latest Windows 10 features and how they can improve your experience, continue reading to learn more.
At one point, Microsoft claimed it could convince 1 billion users to use their Windows 10 operating system. Obviously that’s an unattainable goal for the foreseeable future, but it hasn’t stopped Microsoft from releasing tools to push more people to their software.
Regardless of the app, platform, or operating system, digital notifications are a tricky business. Our devices are overcrowded with software of varying importance, and without proper customization the stream of information can become overwhelming. Thankfully, Windows 10’s action center is built atop a solid foundation — it just needs a bit of help.
Smartphones aren’t even ten years old, and they’re already one of the most essential pieces of our daily routines.In many ways they’ve actually surpassed desktop computers in their ability to keep us connected 24 hours a day. But they’re still a separate device, and that means awkward transitions when you get notifications while working on your PC. Those annoying interruptions were the impetus for Microsoft to introduce a new method for syncing Android notifications to your Windows 10 machine.
Although Windows 10 comes with many exciting new features, accompanying them are complaints from the users: from shrinking storage space to the absence of the System Restore function. But fret not, we have listed the solutions for the most frequent Windows 10 problems.