Category Archives: Windows 10

Install, Repair, and Uninstall MS Paint app from Microsoft Store

Install, Repair, and Uninstall MS Paint app from Microsoft Store

You can now Install, Repair and Uninstall Paint app from Microsoft Store on Windows 10.  Almost four years ago, when Microsoft Store was named Windows Store, and Microsoft used to ship Creators update releases for Windows 10, the company announced plans to move the classic Paint app to the Store. For some reason, it took Microsoft four years to complete this process. The wait is finally over, and the app is now available on Microsoft Store with a new Fluent Design icon as a cherry on top.

Check if Processor is 32-bit, 64-bit, or ARM in Windows 10

Check if Processor is 32-bit, 64-bit, or ARM in Windows 10

Here is how to check if your Processor is 32-bit, 64-bit, or ARM in Windows 10 (CPU architecture).

The CPU, Central Processing Unit, or simply Processor is the main electronic circuitry in a computer responsible for carrying out instructions of a computer software, including the OS and installed apps. It also manages the other components in your computer by performing the basic arithmetic, logic, controlling, and input/output (I/O) operations specified by the instructions in the program. The architecture of the CPU defines which OS you will be able to run on your computer and which apps you will be able to use.

Microsoft shut down Cortana on Android and iOS

Microsoft shut down Cortana on Android and iOS

Microsoft's ambitious plan to bring the voice assistant Cortana to multiple platforms came to its end. Originally launched in late 2018, the official Cortana app for iOS and Android is no longer supported. Microsoft pulled the app from Apple's App Store and Google Play Store in January 2020, and now Cortana on mobile no longer works even if you kept it installed on your device all these months.