Microsoft is releasing a set of updates for supported versions of Windows 10. The updates include a small fix that addresses the issue that may prevent access to some gov.uk websites that don’t support HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). Here is the list of updates with their change logs.
Microsoft released a new cumulative update to Window Insider program Slow, and Release Preview rings. If you are a Windows Insider in the Slow or RP ring, you will be offered to install this update. Here are the key changes.
Rock Formations theme for Windows is a panoramic theme created to fill your dual monitor Desktop with impressive views of rocks. This beautiful themepack was initially created for Windows 8, but you can use it in Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
In Windows 10, you can edit advanced file properties, e.g. media tags for common media file formats, file metadata, extended image information, etc, without using third-party apps. In this article, we will see how to add, modify, or remove extended file properties with File Explorer.
Microsoft today released a new build of Chromium-based Microsoft Edge. Version 188.8.131.52 hits the Canary channel, featuring a new 'Clear Browsing Data' dialog which is hidden by default. Here's how to enable it.
System Restore is a feature of Windows 10 and several previous versions of Windows, going back to Windows Me. Starting with Windows 8, Microsoft removed the shortcut link to start System Restore from the Accessories -> System Tools folder. In this article, we will see how to find all the available System Restore points in Windows 10.
If you have a touch screen device with Windows 10 installed, you can specify whether touch input is enabled or disabled without disabling the touch screen hardware. This can be done with a special Registry tweak. Here's how to enable or disable touch by finger in Windows 10.
Microsoft today released a new version of their Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. The update hits the Dev channel with version 184.108.40.206.
Windows 10 comes with a Game Bar feature, which was part of the Xbox app. Starting with Creators Update version 1703, it is directly integrated into the operating system as a separate component that cannot be easily uninstalled so it's there even if you remove the Xbox app. A new version of the app is released for early adopters, featuring a new name for the feature.
Tired of using the same old complicated methods to transfer data from your iOS device to other devices? Managing applications/games and transferring your iOS device’s photos and videos safely can be very tricky especially if you cannot access your iTunes account.