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Major Windows Update Coming Tomorrow

Major Windows Update Coming Tomorrow

The latest major update for Windows 10 will start rolling out tomorrow. Here’s what you can expect. Microsoft is calling it the “Creators Update” as it’s designed to inspire and unleash creativity with the tools to easily create 3D images and virtual reality experiences.   It’s quite an upgrade from the old ‘paint’ program we’re used to seeing. Additionally if you[Read More…]

Time running out for Free Windows 10 update

Time running out for Free Windows 10 update

  Updating your current Windows 7 or 8.1 PC to Windows 10 is still free…but time is running out. Microsoft’s offer for users to update to Windows 10 at no cost is open until July 29. If for some reason you don’t want to or have already tried Windows 10, didn’t like it and went back to a previous version[Read More…]

Time running out for Free Windows 10 upgrade

Time running out for Free Windows 10 upgrade

If you’ve been putting off updating your Windows 7 or 8.1 PC to Windows 10, time is running out to get the update free. When Microsoft released Windows 10 they promised that it would be available as a free update to qualified Windows 7 & 8.1 PCs for a year and, well that time is almost up with e free[Read More…]

Windows 8 support ends

Windows 8 support ends

  Got Windows 8?  Well it’s now time to update! Actually it was last week that Microsoft officially began to wrap up support for the Windows 8 PC operating system with no more security patches issued after January 12. However if you’re running Windows 8.1 don’t panic…this is version of windows will still receive updates, however you may like to[Read More…]

What if you don’t like Windows 10?

What if you don’t like Windows 10?

If you recently upgraded you PC from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10 and have decided that you don’t really like Windows 10…you can actually roll back to happier times. Simply open the Start menu and select Settings. Click the “Update & security” icon and select “Recovery.” You should now see a “Go back to Windows 7” or “Go[Read More…]