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Here’s the complete Windows 10 Fall Creators Update changelog PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Wednesday, 18 October 2017 23:42
what's newFolks, the big day has arrived. Microsoft will roll out the awaited Windows 10 Fall Creators Update today, reportedly starting at 6 PM (PDT). The Redmond giant will push the update in waves. If you’re wondering what are the exact changes, improvements, and new features that this major update brings to the table, you’re in the right place. One resourceful Reddit user, who goes by the name Jaskys, took the time to list what’s new in the Fall Creators Update so that you know what to expect in terms of new features. Changes include the Start Menu, Cortana & Search, File Explorer, Taskbar & Action Center just to mention a few...However, you can see the complete changelog on our FORUM.
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update starts rolling out PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 17 October 2017 21:58
windows 10 fall creators updateRight on schedule, Microsoft is starting to roll out the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update today. That means the update is probably coming soon to your Windows 10 computer, and if you buy a new PC there’s a good chance it’ll have the update pre-loaded (and if not, it’ll probably download and install it pretty soon after you start using the computer). Among other things, the update brings some design tweaks, new Edge web browser features, design and user interface tweaks, better integration with mobile devices, and improved inking. The Fall Creators Update also includes support for the new Windows Mixed Reality platform, and the first Mixed Reality headsets are now available for purchase for $399 and up (when bundled with a set of motion controllers)...Details are posted on our FORUM.
Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 10 November Update, Office 2007 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 16 October 2017 21:35
nov update & office 2007If you’re still using Windows 10 November Update from two years ago, or Office 2007 or Outlook 2007, you would want to upgrade to a newer version or move to an alternative solution. Then there is a bad news for you guys that Microsoft on Tuesday officially ended up their support for all of these services, meaning that you won’t be receiving any updates or security patches from the company moving forward. Windows 10 November Update (version 1511), released in November 2015, was the first major update to Windows 10. The move follows Microsoft ending support for original Windows 10 build earlier this year. The move affects Home, Education, Pro, and Enterprise editions. Also hitting the end of the road are Office 2007 and Outlook 2007. Microsoft first releases the productivity suite and the email client 10 years ago. Mainstream support for both the services ended on October 9, 2012. Much like Windows 10, if your Office and Outlook clients have reached the end of support of their cycle, you should consider upgrading to a newer version of Office and Outlook or find an alternative service...Full details can be found on our FORUM.
RansomSaver for Outlook blocks Ransomware attachment files PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 15 October 2017 21:48
ransomsaverMicrosoft Outlook is a multi-tasking application. Apart from email management, the service offers a blend of the Calendar, Tasks manager, Contact Manager, Note-taking tools, Journal and other tools. You can enhance the productivity of this application furthermore by installing few add-ins. Add-ins for Outlook can help add functionality that Outlook fails to offer by default. RansomSaver is one such addon that protects you from emails that carry Ransomware attachments. Electronic mail has undoubtedly become a safe breeding ground for ransomware assaults. The different technique of distribution employed has made it a profitable substitute for propagating attacks in a brief time frame. As such, it is imperative for users to ensure email safety, always. While most security software will protect you from malicious email attachments, RansomSaver makes sure every email you open does not contain any potential threat of ransomware infection...For more and download link visit our FORUM.
Microsoft fingers North Korea as WannaCry mastermind PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 14 October 2017 22:01
north korea masterminded wanna cry ransomewareThe WannaCry malware attack will likely go down as the event which woke the world up to the real potential for cyber-attacks to cripple essential infrastructure, after taking down some parts of UK’s National Health Service for several days and having devastating effects on companies in many other parts of the world. Now Microsoft president and chief legal counsel Brad Smith has claimed to have identified the entity behind the attacks. Microsoft President Brad Smith told ITV that he believed “with great confidence” that North Korea was behind the worldwide WannaCry cyberattack using “cyber tools or weapons stolen from the NSA.” WannaCry affected 200,000 computers in 150 countries but was not very good at being ransomware, with a very poor mechanism for collecting money from victims, and none of the money collected actually being spent.Read more on our FORUM!
Microsoft rolls out Windows 10 build 17017 for PCs PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 13 October 2017 21:38
windows 10 redstone 4As you head towards the weekend, the Windows Insiders team at Microsoft has just dropped Windows 10 Insider preview build 17017 for PCs. This build is available for both Windows Insiders in the Fast ring as well as for those who opted in to Skip Ahead. Now that the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (Redstone 3) is just about done, Microsoft has shared that the company will now release new builds for RS4 (Redstone 4) from the RS_PRERELEASE branch to Insiders in the Fast ring and those who opted in to Skip Ahead at the same time. The build also brings a bunch of general fixes and improvements, along with a few known issues. Make sure you read about them here before making the plunge. Slight chance, you might run in to an issue with the download. Windows Insider has just tweeted about the update not being ready for some users. The team is investigating – we’ll keep a watch on this, and update the post when we learn more details...For more on this release visit our FORUM.
Microsoft announces expanded VR framework support for Edge PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 12 October 2017 20:24

microsoft edge browserVirtual reality might still be the big thing in the gaming industry, but WebVR is also expanding VR to the web. Microsoft has already introduced WebVR 1.1 API for the Edge browser, and is now expanding on that with the release of EdgeHTML 16. EdgeHTML 16 will be a part of October’s Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and it will enable you to utilize Windows Mixed Reality headsets and motion controllers whilst browsing with Edge. Windows Mixed Reality is a new type of VR headset that includes a system of front-mounted cameras that incorporate real world objects in its virtual world. The HoloLens was one of the first mixed reality headsets that is taking VR to a whole new level. The Acer Mixed Reality HMD is another WMR headset, which also has an innovative motion controller. Samsung and Dell also have their own Windows Mixed Reality headsets designed for the Windows 10 platform. Microsoft has now announced it has updated Edge’s WebVR 1.1 implementation with EdgeHTML 16 to support WMR motion controllers. This means that updated Windows 10 users can use their headsets’ motion controllers for virtual reality content open in Edge. Edge users can browse the web in 2D and launch WebVR content with their WMR headsets and motion controllers...Further details are posted on our FORUM.

Microsoft ends support for Windows 10 PC version 1511 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 10 October 2017 18:53
end of support windows 10 build 1511As we draw near the release of the next big Windows 10 update, Microsoft is dropping official support for an older release. Microsoft ended support for the original release version of Windows 10 in May, and now it's doing the same for the first major update to hit the OS. As of October 10, Windows 10 version 1511 will no longer receive any more security or quality updates from Microsoft. This applies to Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Education, and Windows 10 Enterprise editions. Version 1511 was first released to PCs in November 2015. While Windows 10 version 1511 will continue to run if you have it installed, a lack of security updates will mean leaving yourself open to some potentially nasty threats. The simplest solution, and one Microsoft recommends in a support document, is to update to the latest release version, the Creators Update. At the very least, moving up to the Anniversary Update should ensure you continue to receive security updates until support for it is dropped in the coming months...For more visit Forum.

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