The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Guide: Here’s what you need to know

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Microsoft’s Brandon LeBlanc posted an interesting guide to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The document is a huge collection of all the features of the upcoming Fall Creators Update. Buckle up because there are 51 pages to read! Windows 10 Fall Creators Update highlights We can’t tell you all about everything, as we said […]

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How to delete windows.old straight from Settings in The Fall Creators Update

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The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update brings a series of useful new features to the table, and many of them target directly the Settings page. Speaking of which, the revamped Settings page now allows users to delete the windows.old folder straight from Settings. Prior to the Fall Creators Update, Windows users had to follow a series of […]

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Excel files won’t open after installing Windows 10 Creators Update [Fix]

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Some users reported an Excel-related failure that seems to occur after installing Windows 10 Creators Update. After the system update, certain files can’t be opened with Excel for no apparent reason. It’s needless to say that everything was functioning fine before. Because this problem may prove as a hard nut to crack, we prepared some […]

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Fiete Cars – Car Racing App Lets Children Become Creators of their Game

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Cologne based Ahoiii Entertainment releases Fiete Cars 2.0, an update to their popular and educational kids app for iOS. Fiete Cars gives children even more possibilties of creating their own unique car game. To build creative car routes, kids can now use all crazy building parts and special effects for free. Additionally, there are 20 new vehicles! Kids can choose with which of the in total 40 cars, flying objects and animals they want to experience funny adventures on their self-built tracks….
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Issues with Windows Defender after installing Windows 10 Creators Update [Fix]

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With the introduction of Windows 10, Windows Defender has become even more capable. This is great for Microsoft as most of its users previously used 3rd-party antivirus solutions. However, even though Windows Defender is a good service, it’s not always the primary choice for a lot of users. The reason? Frequent issues that emerged after its latest […]

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Special edition of ‘This Week on Windows’ focuses on what’s new with Windows 10 Creators Update

Special edition of ‘This Week on Windows’ focuses on what’s new with Windows 10 Creators Update

The latest edition of “This Week on Windows” is jam-packed with what’s new on the Windows 10 Creators Update, including drawing in 3D, new streaming service Beam, Microsoft Edge as the default e-reader, security and privacy, the new Books category …
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You can download the Windows 10 Creators Update right now, but should you?

Want to install the Creators Update on your Windows 10 PC right now? Well, you can do so even if you’re not a Windows Insider Preview tester, courtesy of an Update Assistant utility which has been leaked from Microsoft’s servers.

The leaked tool can be downloaded here, as spotted by Microsoft tipster WalkingCat. Even if you aren’t signed up to the Windows Insider Program, which is open to all, firing it up reportedly allows you to upgrade your PC to the latest version of the Creators Update.

But, should you?

Even though the Update Assistant is an official Microsoft utility, it’s not meant to be live yet – obviously folks outside of the …
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