Windows 10’s Next Release Includes a Light Theme

Windows 10 already has a dark theme, but now it’s getting a real light theme. Interface elements like the taskbar, Start menu, and print dialog are turning light, and Microsoft even created a new desktop background for it. This feature is arriving in Windows 10’s next update, code-named 19H1 and expected for release around April […]

Windows 10 Home Will Finally Let You Pause Updates

Only Windows 10 Professional users can pause Windows updates today, but that’s about to change. Windows 10 Home users will soon be able to pause updates for up to seven days. This feature should arrive for everyone when the next release of Windows 10, codenamed 19H1, is finished. It should be released sometime around April 2019. Paul Thurrott first noticed […]

Windows 10 Will Soon “Reserve” 7 GB of Your Storage for Updates

Windows Updates need a lot of disk space, which is a problem on devices with small amounts of internal storage. Microsoft is fixing this by “reserving” some disk space for updates in the next version of Windows 10, code-named 19H1. Microsoft has been pushing cheap laptops with small hard drives for years now. But anyone who has ever […]

Windows 10’s Next Update Will Make Your PC Faster, Thanks to Better Spectre Fixes

Your PC has been slower ever since Microsoft patched the Spectre flaws back in January 2018. PCs from 2015 and earlier slowed down the most. Now, Windows 10’s next update will mostly eliminate those slowdowns, making your PC faster. Microsoft’s fix is part of Windows 10 version 19H1, which is currently in development. Windows Insiders can […]

Windows 10 ALERT: Millions at risk by not following this very simple advice

MICROSOFT Windows 10 and Windows 7 users are being warned that not updating their PCs to the latest software could put them at risk from vulnerabilities and other significant security issues. Windows users who are using older versions of the software could be putting themselves at risk. That’s the news from the latest report from security […]

Why you can’t forward a WhatsApp message more than five times

Owners of messaging platform WhatsApp believe they let users deviate from the app’s original purpose as a personal messaging enabler by allowing too much forwarding of messages, and now they have capped the number of times a person can instantly forward a message. With the limitation, anyone with the latest version of WhatsApp cannot forward […]

End of Windows 7

January 14, 2020, mark the date. Microsoft announced that it will no longer provide security updates and / or support for PCs that are running Windows 7. If you are one of those people who are still using Windows 7, it seems that the time has come for an upgrade. The popular operating system (OS) […]

Password-less Sign-in to Windows 10

Important as they are, weak passwords are certainly one of the major weaknesses of account security. A recent study of passwords done in 2018 revealed that internet users are still using the same insecure passwords that they were using 5 years ago. To overcome this security weakness, Microsoft is introducing signing into Windows 10 with […]

Why Your Phone Gets Slower.

So, you just dropped a few thousands and purchased a shiny new smart phone, and at first you were thrilled by how great the photos look and the crisp display of the screen and of course how fast it was. Fast forward a year or two and your once top of the line phone is  […]

Is Blue Light Bad for You?

What do you associate with blue light? No we are not talking about the flashing blue light on police cars. No we are talking about blue light, which has a shorter wavelength than other light within the visible light spectrum. Having a shorter wavelength makes blue light a high-energy visible light. There have been various […]