With over 1 billion installations (according to Microsoft), Windows 10 is reckoned to be just under 75 percent of the Windows market (StatCounter). Which means there’s still 250 million or so Windows machines not running Windows 10. So what is the desktop share that isn’t Windows 10? And why? Continue reading
The October update for Windows 10 is known as 20H2. It’s not a massive release but there are a few key changes under the hood. So what are the new features in Windows update 20H2? Continue reading
Almost every piece of software you touch is sending data back to someone. Many of whom then send it to someone else. Microsoft has ‘trusted partners.’ Through the operating system and various applications, they seem to collect an awful lot of data. Maybe it’s time to stop Windows 10 dialling home.
Windows 10 carries over the built-in Microsoft antivirus program, Windows Defender. It’s robust and constantly updated, but as a free, bundled application, is it actually up to the very important job of PC security? Is Windows Defender the best antivirus for Windows 10? Continue reading
Is Windows 10 be the last ever version? Are all future upgrades going to be free? Given how unpredictable Microsoft marketing and product management can be, we’re going to try to understand Windows 10 licensing. Continue reading
The headline features in Windows 10 include ‘new’ features like Task View, virtual desktops, voice assistant Cortana, the Edge web browser, a revised Start menu, and the Modern apps with the Fischer-Price flat design.
There are other, improvements that deserve some recognition. Continue reading