Windows 10

Microsoft accidentally released internal Windows 10 development builds

The Verge - 15 hours ago
Microsoft was forced to apologize late last night after a mistake led to some confidential and internal Windows 10 builds being released to the public. “Builds from some of our internal branches...

10 easy ways to speed up Windows 10

CNET - 1 day ago
If your formerly shiny, new Windows 10 PC has begun to lose some of its luster, there are ways to put a little pep back in its step. Here are some quick, easy ways ...and...

How to use the Fresh Start feature in Windows 10 Creators Update

TechRepublic - 1 day ago
The operation will then restore the data, settings, and the Windows Store apps that were installed with Windows 10 by Microsoft or the computer manufacturer. Chances are, most of the applications...

An $89 Raspberry Pi rival that runs full Windows 10 and Android

TechRepublic - 11 hours ago
A low-cost, pocket-sized computer will be released this year that will run Android Marshmallow and the full version of Windows 10. The UP Core is a single-board computer that will run a range of...

Would you 'upgrade' your PC to Windows 10 S?

Windows Central - 10 hours ago
There's quite a bit of confusion out there regarding what exactly Windows 10 S is, and the lack of clarity extends to availability and whether or not current Windows users will be able to upgrade...

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One comment to Windows 10

  • mike  says:

    As you may know, Microsoft is forcing existing Windows 7 users automatic upgrades to Windows 10. We object to this dramatic change for our users and don’t think Windows 10 is ready for business at this time. In addition there are risks in doing so, which may render your PC unable to function and cause the following.

    Loss of drivers for printers, mouse, keyboard and other devices.
    Hidden Spyware from Microsoft (which can’t be detected)
    Creation of Hidden files in a hidden folder of up to 10 Gb

    You might not even know this is happening to your PC(s)

    There is a solution….

    Download the GWX control panel and disable these action from Microsoft. When the next major release of Windows comes out, you can re-enable these system updates.

    First Download the GWX Control panel and run it. If you find there remain files in the hidden Windows ~ BT directory, you will need to contact us as they have disabled your ability to stop the upgrade. If you are PC savvy, you can download the take ownership utility which will enable your ability to delete these files.

    GWX Download http://ultimateoutsider.com/downloads/GwxControlPanelSetup.exe
    Take Ownership Download http://cdn3.howtogeek.com/wp-content/uploads/TakeOwnership.zip

    http://www.infoworld.com/article/2983777/microsoft-windows/how-to-clean-the-windows-10-crapware-off-your-windows-7-or-81-pc.html
    Ultimate Outsider: Using GWX Control Panel to Permanently Remove the ‘Get Windows 10’ Icon

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    Ultimate Outsider: Using GWX Control Panel to Permane…
    GWX Control Panel is a free program that you can use to do the following on Windows 7 and Windows 8: Remove the “Get Windows 10” icon that appears in your noti…
    View on blog.ultimateoutsider…
    Preview by Yahoo

    Take Ownership: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/add-take-ownership-to-explorer-right-click-menu-in-vista/

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