The Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 has just gotten a lot more interesting as the latest build of Windows 10 Insider has introduced a number of features that will be made available when the major update launches.
Everyone is concerned about online safety. Whether you use Google and Twitter or TeamViewer and Dreamhost, keep your services secure with two-factor authentication.
License keys for Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 can be used to activate a fresh copy of the Windows 10 Creators Update, even if Microsoft has “officially” stopped offering free upgrades to Windows 10 back in the summer of 2016.
Anyone who uses Windows can face a number of major and minor issues that come with it. The minor ones leave you annoyed, and negatively affect your productivity. The major ones, however, may crash your programs and can make you restart the system altogether.
Windows 10 may have been a free upgrade, however, it comes with ads pushed to the system using different avenues (even if you’ve upgraded for a fee, sadly). These ads appear at various places including Start menu, Action Center, Cortana as well as on the lock screen. These ads coax you to buy apps and services that you may or may not need.
Good news! There are ways to keep your smart TV from the prying eyes of the company that made it. In fact, there’s one absurdly easy way that will work for any television you can buy. Let’s start there.