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Windows 10 tips

How to Run Windows 10 From a USB Drive Loading and running Windows 10 from a USB drive is a handy option when you’re using a computer saddled with an older version of Windows. https://uk.pcmag.com/operating-systems/88253/how-to-run-windows-10-from-a-usb-drive Windows 10 network commands https://www.techrepublic.com/article/ten-windows-10-network-commands-everyone-one-should-know/ Windows Package Manager 1.0 https://devblogs.microsoft.com/commandline/?p=6715 Kone jumissa? Näin palautat Windows 10:n menettämättä tiedostojasi Menikö kone

Windows 11 is released

Microsoft announces Windows 11, generally available by the holidays https://techcrunch.com/2021/06/24/microsoft-announces-windows-11-generally-available-by-the-holidays/ Microsoft today officially announced Windows 11, the next version of its desktop operating system. Microsoft plans to release Windows 11 to the general public by the holidays, so we can probably expect it sometime around late November. You will now also be able to run

Windows 11 is coming?

Microsoft has been calling Windows 10 ‘the last version of Windows’ for many years. But now based on current published information on-line that there will be a new Windows version coming, maybe with name Windows 11 or similar. One fact is that Microsoft is having a Windows release event soon that starts at 11AM ET

Windows 10 built-in video editor

Windows 10 has a hidden video editor as part of part of the Photos app. How to Use Windows 10’s Hidden Video Editor article gives instructions how to use this simple but useful for many simple tasks video editor. While this isn’t the most powerful video editor you can get on Windows, it’s surprisingly capable.

Windows 10 fixes for 100% disk usage

My computer feels slow even though I have enoug memory and powerful CPU. Got 100% disk usage in Windows 10? So your computer is hanging and freezing because of it. You want to fix this vexing Windows issue. The following article gives several potential fixes! It promises to solve the issue with 15 tricks list.

Windows source code leaked?

Those sources seem toi indicate that some older Microsoft Windows versions seem to have gone “open source” without proper license… Microsoft’s source code for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 has reported to be leaked online. Torrent files for both operating systems’ source code have been published on various file sharing sites this week. 43GB

Update Putty

PuTTY is one of most used open-source client-side programs to remotely access computers over secure SSH network protocol from Windows workstations. I use it very often to connect to embedded Linux devices and Linux servers. Based on latest news it might be now a very good idea to update it to latest version 0.71: PuTTY

Microsoft suspends Windows 10 update, citing data loss reports | TechCrunch

https://techcrunch.com/2018/10/06/microsoft-suspends-windows-10-update-citing-data-loss-reports/ A few day after making the latest version of Windows 10 available to users, Microsoft has suspended the update: “We have paused the rollout of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) for all users as we investigate isolated reports of users missing some files after updating,” the company writes on its support

What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference

Fresh off of Windows 10′s major April update, Microsoft is gearing up for its annual two-day Build conference in Seattle on Monday. Engadget article What to expect at Microsoft’s Build 2018 conference tells what to expect from this celebration of the company’s developer community. Wired has also published What to Expect from Microsoft Build 2018

RIP Windows phones: New Windows 10 Mobile hardware and features ‘aren’t the focus’ | PCWorld

This is the end of era of Microsoft Windows smartphones that never really started!  https://www.pcworld.com/article/3231965/windows-phone-os/windows-10-mobile-phones-are-dead.html Windows phones are really, truly dead. This weekend, Microsoft’s VP of operating systems confirmed the writing on the wall. “Of course we’ll continue to support the platform [with] bug fixes, security updates, etc.,” Joe Belfiore wrote on Twitter.  Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore says