Tag Archives: Windows 10 Version Updates

Good News From Microsoft: Only One Version Update Per Year?

    Good News From Microsoft: Only One Version Update Per Year? Those of you who have been using for more than a few years probably remember the old service packs. Windows XP had two service packs — SP1 and SP2 — and Windows 7 had one, SP1. It looks like service packs for Windows… Read More »

How to Go Back to the Previous Version of Windows 10

How to Go Back to the Previous Version of Windows 10 You may want to return to the previous version of Windows 10 if a version update causes you problems. Going back to the previous version of Windows 10 is only possible after a version update (like the “May 2019 Update” or Windows 10 Version… Read More »

What You Need to Do If a Windows 10 Version Update Causes Major Problems

What You Need to Do If a Windows 10 Version Update Causes Major Problems Many of you will be updating your Windows 10 computers to Windows 10 May 2019 – Version 1903 soon.  So now is a good time to remind you that if you have major problems after installing a Windows 10 Version update,… Read More »

Once Again It’s Time to Put Copy to, Move to, Back on Your Right-click Menu

    Once Again It’s Time to Put Copy to, Move to, Back on Your Right-click Menu One of our favorite Windows 10 “non-features” is the convenience of having Copy to and Move to on the Windows right-click menu. It makes it a snap to copy and/or move files from one location to another on… Read More »

Microsoft Gives Up Its Update War With Users

    Microsoft Gives Up Its Update War With Users Recently, it was reported that the upcoming May 2019 Update (AKA Version 1903, Redstone 6, April 2019 update) would be released with a known flaw that could serious problems for users who had external drives connected during the update.   Today, it was reported in a… Read More »

Microsoft to Give Windows Users More Control Over Installing Windows 10 Version Updates

Microsoft to Give Windows Users More Control Over Installing Windows 10 Version Updates While reading the Windows blog this morning,  I came across this article posted on April 4, 2019, in which a Microsoft Windows vice president writes that Microsoft is going to offer more control to all Windows users when it comes to installing… Read More »