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Seven ways to take a screenshot in Windows 10

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You are familiar with the Windows 10 new way to take screenshots. The tool known as the Snipping Tool is no longer here; Snip & Sketch is the new one. (Actually, the Snipping tool is running at least during this Windows release, but Microsoft will be removing it.) This is … Continue reading

Here’s Why You Should Delay Windows 10 Updates

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Within the next few days, Windows 10 April 2019 Update (version 1903) will be made widely available as a general release. While the update will arrive in stages, some businesses and consumers will start receiving the upgrade on day one. However, despite the excitement of a new release with lots … Continue reading

AOMEI Partition Assistant 7.2- Make Windows 10 Bootable USB Easily

As all we know, Microsoft has released a new feature called Windows To Go in the Enterprise Edition of Windows 8/8.1 and Windows 10 to satisfy users’ requirements. Users can create Windows 10/8 bootable USB easily with this fantastic function offered by Microsoft. But if you are not a user … Continue reading

Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with more proactive Windows Update

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Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs with a small but important change to Windows Update. This build is from the RS4 branch, which represents the next Windows 10 update the company has yet to announce (but is likely to ship soon). There is no new build … Continue reading

Windows 10 ‘Spring Creators Update’ may be its first big patch of 2018

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The first major update to Windows 10 in 2018 may very well be known as the ‘Spring Creators Update,’ judging by a screenshot grabbed by IT Pro Today’s Richard Hay through a tipster and shared on Twitter. Hay claims to have found a direct mention of such a Spring Creators … Continue reading

Windows 10 will replace the aged Windows 7 as the most popular version

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Windows 10’s share of all Windows PCs is now expected to exceed Windows 7’s by September 2018. Even so, large numbers of users will still be using the older OS when support ends in two years. Windows 10 will replace the aged Windows 7 as the most popular version of … Continue reading

Fall Creators Update Already on More than Half of All Windows 10 PCs

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The Fall Creators Update is apparently gaining traction much faster than previous updates: according to data from AdDuplex, 53.6 of Windows 10 users have updated their systems to the latest version, which is 20.5 percent higher than just month ago. Many are saying that this is nothing to celebrate, however, … Continue reading