According to the analyst firm Gartner, Windows 10 adoption rates by enterprise business are now exceeding those of Microsoft’s previous operating system (OS). And it is the operating system’s security improvements that are being cited as the primary driver of the migration.
Windows 10 gathers a large amount of personal data about you. You can stop Microsoft from collecting much of this data by changing Windows 10's privacy controls. However, they can be hard to find and understand. The following guide can help you cut through the confusion. It presents some of the most important privacy settings you might want to...
July 29, 2016 Marks the End of the Free Windows 10 Upgrade
Microsoft’s first-year-free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ends on July 29, 2016. If you have held off on upgrading, you’ll want to decide for sure if you want it or not before the deadline passes…at least if you’d like to get it at no cost.
Technology is always changing, and just keeping up with the latest innovations in IT is enough of a challenge – forget having the time to really dig in and understand them and what they will or won’t do to make your work life easier.
Microsoft has been gearing up for the release of Windows 10 for several months. As part of the release, the company will be offering free copies of the operating system to people with PCs running genuine copies of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows 8.1.