Category: Operating Systems

Windows 10 Autumn Update 2017

In case you are wondering what will happen to your computer when the latest update arrives, here is my experience on one of my computers.  Note the picture says available from October 17th, so this may be too late for everyone. I was notified that the update was ready on […]

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Pushed off the Edge

Recently, one of my customers asked me to look at the Microsoft Edge browser, as it was crashing as soon as you attempted to search for a web site.  The customer was not massively concerned at this, as he was also using the Chrome, Firefox and Safari browsers on his […]

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Windows 10 – Creators Update

Described by many reviewers as a minor major update, the creators update is still arriving to a bemused public.  A definite improvement over previous versions, but containing nothing earth shattering – not that we would want that 🙂   I like the new privacy options given during setup -much clearer […]

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Un-google? ha ha

Back in January, I wrote of un-googling.  This was before I changed my phone from a Windows 10 driven thing to an Android device.  To say it was a big improvement is an understatement.  Next shock, after struggling with a private email server for some time, I realised that the […]

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Windows 10 – 1st Anniversary – I’m not celebrating :( (Updated!!)

I have to say, after a year of using Windows 10, I’m somewhere I never expected to be – I can no longer recommend the current version of Microsoft Windows for my customers.  Never thought I would be saying that, but the operating system simply isn’t good enough. My main […]

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Windows 10 – four months on

So, windows 10 has been with us, officially for over 4 months. Mainly well received in the press as Microsoft’s “Make or break” operating system I’ve now installed it many times on a variety of computers, either as a fresh installation or as an upgrade. Long enough to develop a […]

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