So you have upgraded to Windows 10 already and are familiar with what it has to offer.
If you are up-to-date you now have what Microsoft calls Build No. 10565 installed or updated automatically to your PC.
If you are awaiting Kapiti SeniorNet’s call to upgrade then the following tips will come in handy once you are updated because Microsoft has not publicized them.
For some people, the thought of upgrading to Windows 10 is very enticing and seeing that little white Window down in the Taskbar is very tempting indeed. Sadly, there are scammers out there who are praying on people who either feel nervous about doing the upgrade themselves or are just keen to move to Microsoft’s latest Operating System but lack the confidence to get started. Continue reading
Some of our members at Kapiti SeniorNet have already installed the new Windows 10 operating system.
Microsoft introduced a new policy of automatic updating of W10 rather than leaving it to you to decide when and if to update as in the past, so each update is going to install whether you want it or not.
Protection for the user is of course the reason for the decision by Microsoft to ensure that every W10 OS is as bug free and secure as possible, but a buggy problem has arisen for some users overseas.
Microsoft has announced the availability for their latest operating system – Windows 10 – on July 29, 2015. Kapiti SeniorNet has advised you already that you need not rush into upgrading your present Windows OS, be it W7 or 8 or 8.1, you have 12 months to get it done. If you are still using an older OS, e.g. XP or Vista then you will be asked to Continue reading
Many of you will have already noticed a little white Windows icon (circled in red here) which appeared in the Notifications Area of your PC this morning (June 2nd 2015). Continue reading