Say good-bye to Microsoft security bulletins

This is the last month we’ll see security bulletins from Microsoft—and I can’t wait. Patch numbers are currently interlocked, with security bulletins referencing KB numbers that aren’t...

Why Microsoft added 6 years to Windows Server support

Microsoft will extend support for the Windows Server and SQL Server product lines to keep customers, and ultimately convince them to move their workloads into the...

Windows 10 1607 patch KB 3206632 solves ‘dropped internet connection’ bug

If you’ve been concerned about—or bitten by—the that flared up a week ago, take solace: The latest Windows 10 version 1607 (Anniversary Update) cumulative update...

5 recovery environments for tricky Windows 10 repairs

If you work with Windows systems, especially on the client side, you’ll occasionally need to bring an inoperable system back to life. The causes of this lamentable system state are...

Windows 10 Creators Update steps up your security response

With the current Windows Insider cycle previewing the , Microsoft has started talking about what it’s going to mean for the enterprise. There’s a lot in...

Smartphone and PC? Microsoft just might pull it off

Microsoft has long desired to create universal Windows—Windows on every device imaginable. After several failed attempts, it’s trying again—this time with , not just Windows Mobile...

Microsoft pulls KB article 3201845 for Windows 10 14393.479

This past week has seen a bizarre turn of events for those who are using the most recent version of Windows 10, the Anniversary Update, version...

Windows 10 Anniversary Update bug drops Wi-Fi connections

If your Windows 10 Anniversary Update PCs (version 1607) are suddenly dropping their Wi-Fi connections and the Network Diagnostics troubleshooter is spouting "Wi-Fi doesn't have a...

How to ensure you're running a stable Windows 10 version

Back in the not-so-good old days, many Windows cognoscenti followed a general rule of thumb for new Windows versions: "Wait for Service Pack 1." That was...

Microsoft wants to enable cellular PCs, but will carriers bite?

Spending time traveling can be a frustrating exercise in trying to find Wi-Fi. So much modern work often requires an internet connection, and while it’s possible...

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