Windows 10 has been a wonderful experience, and I have never once looked back at reverting to Windows 8.1 or 7, in the last eight months, since I began testing the operating system.
But, one of the biggest issues in Windows 10, is that it requires the user to enter the password for their Microsoft Account to login to the operating system.
This has been annoying users, especially those with a rather long password. Fortunately there is a simple solution for this, and the best part is you don’t have to remove your account at all.
Word of warning here, this method is intended only for those who are the sole user of the computer. It is unwise to disable [...]
Cloud Storage giant, Dropbox, has added a new feature to its web version and desktop app.
The service now lets users save URLs by dragging and dropping them on the Dropbox website or the desktop app.
This kind of acts like a bookmark manager, and may even serve as a bookmark manager. Personally I use the popular service Xmarks, which saves your bookmarks on its servers, and lets you sync them in various browsers across many platforms. But I still think Dropbox’s drag and drop may be useful, since you will be able to access the links in your mobile as well, (using the Dropbox app of course).
Another advantage in Dropbox’s bookmark feature, is [...]
It has been quiet on the Windows Update front, ever since Microsoft released Windows 10 last week.
And today marks the first cumulative update for the new operating system.
The KB3081424 Windows Update is rolling out to Windows 10 users. While the Redmond Company hasn’t detailed on the changes that the update brings, the knowledgebase article for KB3081424 says that it replaces KB3074683, a prior cumulative update, released a week ago.
From the massive list of changes listed in the page liknked above, we can say that the new update brings in a truck-load of fixes.
It is a known fact that Windows Updates for Windows 10, requires users to have [...]
Windows 10 is releasing in 30 days from today, and lets step back in time, to see how the operating system has evolved.
Microsoft released the first “Technical Preview” of Windows 10, in October 2014.
The company delighted users, by bringing back the Start Menu in Windows 10.
The Redmond Company announced in January, that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7, and 8.x users. Along with that bot of great news, it also demoed a new light weight browser, codenamed as Project Spartan. It was released to the public in March, and was later christened as Microsoft Edge.
In April, the company began pushing a Windows Update to [...]