Tag Archives: Windows 10

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 are making a… Read More »

It’s Not BlueKeep and It’s Not Spreading Yet – But Listen Up!

    It’s Not BlueKeep and It’s Not Spreading Yet – But Listen Up! We have received several emails from folks who have read dire scary warnings that “800 million” Windows 10 computers are vulnerable to BlueKeep. That’s simply not true. Here’s why: Windows 10 is not vulnerable to BlueKeep,  It is, however, vulnerable to two BlueKeep-like “wormable… Read More »

Snip and Sketch

    Snip & Sketch Beginning with Windows 10 Version 1809, Microsoft’s master plan was to eliminate (they call it “Deprecate”) Snipping Tool and replace it with Snip & Sketch. But like the best-laid plans of mice and men, it hasn’t happened yet. So, Windows 10 Version 1903 and in the upcoming Windows 10 version 1909, Windows 10… Read More »

Things You Can Try If Windows 10 Features Are Missing or Stop Working

    Things You Can Try If Windows 10 Features Are Missing or Stop Working Windows 10 (all versions) Sometimes. for no reason at all, some Windows features may stop working. Sometimes, this happens after a version update or after a cumulative Windows update, and sometimes it happens for no apparent reason at all. The first thing you… Read More »