AdDuplex has published a new statistical report on the use of different versions of Windows. While this data is not accurate, AdDuplex remains the exclusive information source about the market share of different Windows versions. Microsoft doesn't share this information.
Microsoft has announced that starting this week Windows 11 Home Insider Builds will no longer come with the Server Message Block 1 (SMB1) protocol enabled by default. This change will not affect devices that already have SMB1 enabled.
You can enable the Recycle Bin for removable drivers on Windows for having an extra protection from accidental removal of files. By default, Windows doesn't create the Recycle Bin area for USB sticks and other removable media, but you can easily change that.
Microsoft Teams has got new 3D Fluent Design emojis in preview. You may remember that Microsoft introduced these emojis in the middle of last year. The updated set includes 1800 emoticons.
Today is the second Tuesday of February, so it is time to check for updates if you are running Microsoft Windows. The Redmond firm has released a set of cumulative updates for all supported Windows versions. Here are the patches available for Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Andromeda OS is a Windows version for dual-screen smartphones. It was initially created for the Surface Duo foldable smartphone. The project was closed in 2018, as Microsoft decided to release the Duo device with Android.
Microsoft has released out-of-band updates for affected Windows versions of Windows. They resolve various problems caused by Cumulative Updates issued on January 11, 2022.
Microsoft today released a portion of new patches for supported Windows versions. This is the first set of cumulative updates in 2022. The update packages are already available on Windows Update.
Security researcher Abdelhamid Naceri has discovered a new zero-day vulnerability that allows a person to gain SYSTEM privileges in a matter of seconds. The vulnerability is known to affect all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10, Windows 11, and Windows Server.
On November 9, 2021, Microsoft released cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 and 11 versions. The update fixed numerous issues, although some new bugs appeared out of nowhere. Microsoft has yet again updated the Windows Health Dashboard page, adding details about one more trouble users might encounter.