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Tag: Microsoft Windows
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Are Cheap Microsoft and Windows Keys Bought Online Legit?
Sure, buying a serial number online for your favorite productivity software for a fraction of the retail price seems like you’re sticking it to “the
Almost No One Has Upgraded to Windows 11: Here’s Why
With all the hype around the Windows 11 release, why has barely anyone actually upgraded? By the numbers of all PCs scanned the month after
Let’s Talk About Windows 11 from a Technical and Business Perspective
Let’s talk about Windows 11. While you may not want to hear about another upgrade for your PCs, let us have your attention for a
PrintNightmare – New Critical Windows Printer Spooler Vulnerability
As if printers weren’t already hell for IT, a new vulnerability has been disclosed on 6/29, and it affects all modern Windows devices with the
Why Does Windows 10 Pro Come with an “Xbox App” and How Do You Remove It?
Amazingly, Windows 10 Professional out of the box comes with a bunch of useless consumer-grade Apps. Specifically, we’re talking about the “Xbox Game Bar”, “Xbox
What’s the Difference Between Managed and Unmanaged Windows Updates And Why Should You Care?
If you’re a business running Microsoft’s operating system (~80% of all companies in the world do), you likely know that Microsoft releases updates EVERY month.
August Microsoft Patch Tuesday Critical Update – Zerologon Active Directory Attack is Severe
Microsoft’s August patch Tuesday Windows Updates included the following gem that’s described as “one of the most severe bugs ever reported to Microsoft”. The Zerologon
Bad Microsoft Update Crashes Outlook for Many Users
We’re hearing reports of 100,000’s of Microsoft Outlook users worldwide, all experiencing a problem with the program crashing on launch. There are two workarounds: 1.
Beginning of the End for Microsoft Windows 10 32-bit Processor Support
Microsoft just released their Minimum Hardware Requirements, which states that Windows 10 version 2004 will no longer include 32-bit builds for OEM distribution. Before you