Microsoft announced that it has identified the underlying cause of the bug that deleted data for some customers who were among the first to install the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809). The fix is rolling out to members of the Windows Insider Program first.
Microsoft is slamming the brakes on the Windows 10 October 2018 Update’s rollout. The upgrade became available during the company’s Surface event on Tuesday, but in the days that followed, numerous users across the web reported that the transition deleted massive chunks of data.
According to a new project uploaded to the Chromium team’s code review site, users may soon be able to login into Windows 10 using their Google G Suite accounts. This new feature uses a “Google Credential Provider” that will allow Windows to authenticate enterprise users against their company’s G Suite account and possibly regular Google accounts.
Windows 10 users over the past two days have begun reporting serious glitches after updating to the Windows 10 April 2018 Update.
If you’ve installed a fresh copy of Windows 10 Pro lately, you’ve probably been unpleasantly surprised by the decidedly un-businesslike games and consumer apps splattered on the Start screen. Here are two ways to avoid installing Candy Crush and its companions in the first place.