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Save Hundreds On The Lifetime MCSA Windows Server 2016 Bundle

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Speed up Windows 10 for free: Tips for a faster PC

It’s a common complaint: My Windows PC is running slow. Annoyingly slow. You can add RAM, or buy a faster SSD, but that costs money. No, your first order of business should be an attempt to wring free performance from Windows. In the following nine steps we show you how to speed up your Windows 10 PC without spending a ... Read More »

Microsoft offers three unconvincing reasons why its consumer business isn’t dead yet

While Microsoft continues to be buoyed by enterprise and cloud services like Azure, chief executive Satya Nadella tried to reassure analysts that Microsoft still has a consumer strategy: Xbox, PC gaming, and devices powered by digital assistants like Cortana. But he wasn’t especially convincing. With the demise of consumer products like the Zune music player, Groove Music Pass, and Windows ... Read More »

Office 2019 will have one big system requirement: Windows 10

Office 2019 will have one big system requirement when it goes into preview next quarter: Windows 10. Just as Microsoft tied support for the latest microprocessors to Windows 10, Office 2019 will run only on a supported Windows 10 OS. While Microsoft hasn’t said specifically what features will be showcased within the new apps, the company said in a blog ... Read More »

Killing passwords in Windows 10 S is one of 7 big changes in Windows 10 Build 17093

Microsoft sees a future without passwords in Windows 10 Insider Build 17093, at least for Windows 10 S users. Microsoft has quietly worked to downplay passwords via PIN codes, fingerprint sensors, and even facial recognition. But actually killing them entirely within Windows 10 S is one of the key changes coming with what may be called the Spring Creators Update, ... Read More »

PCWorld’s February Digital Magazine: Meltdown and Spectre security flaws

Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Magazine. Available as single copies or as a monthly subscription, it highlights the best content from—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a curated Digital Magazine for Android and iOS, as well for the desktop and other tablet readers. In ... Read More »

Report: Windows 10 S could be the default mode for future Windows 10 PCs

For many people, the future of Windows 10 could begin with Windows 10 S.   A leaked document, revealed by, suggests that Microsoft wants Windows 10 S to be the first version of Windows 10 seen by buyers of new Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro PCs. Windows 10 S and Windows 10 are reportedly being fused together, ... Read More »

Microsoft Office 2019 will only run on Windows 10, and will begin previews next quarter

Microsoft has previously tied support to the latest microprocessors to Windows 10, and it’s taking the same approach to Office: Office 2019 will only run on a supported Windows 10 OS. Microsoft revealed the changes this week to Office 2019, which was first disclosed in fall 2017. While Microsoft hasn’t said specifically what features will be showcased within the new ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Windows Defender antimalware targets scareware apps

Windows Defender, built into every Windows 10 PC, is considered the bare minimum for securing your PC from viruses and malware. (See where it ranked against the competition in our comprehensive antivirus roundup.) On Thursday Microsoft announced that Windows Defender has expanded its role into preventing “scareware” optimization apps that use the hard sell to warn you of dangers to ... Read More »

Microsoft issues emergency Windows patch to disable Intel’s buggy Spectre fix

If you’ve noticed any unexpected reboots or PC instability as a result of the recent Spectre patches, there’s a solution: Microsoft has issued an emergency Windows patch that rolls back the recent Spectre mitigations. Confused? It’s a bit complicated. After the intial Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilites were disclosed, both Intel and Microsoft hustled out patches to mitigate the problem. Unfortunately, ... Read More »

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