12:27AM Friday 9 November
Some Windows 10 users are reporting license issues resulting in warnings that their system is not activated. The issue surfaced in a Reddit post published yesterday, where other Windows 10 Pro users chimed in to confirm similar problems. Read More »
71 Days Ago Windows is having an activation server problem that tells Pro users they actually only have Home licenses. Despite what the troubleshooter says, this is a known bug with a fix on the way.
71 Days Ago Having a problem with Windows 10? Did it delete your files? No? Perhaps it downgraded your Windows 10 Pro installation to Windows 10 Home, or maybe it introduced display audio issues, installed bad audio drivers, failed to handle zip files correctly, or display all unicode characters, or maybe you had problems with Edge and Store apps?
72 Days Ago The Windows 10 shit show continues with yet more problems with Microsoft’s newest operating system rearing their ugly heads. Some users -- including a friend of my colleague Brian Fagioli -- have suffered from a problem whereby file associations are broken, so you can’t open files in the default programs you choose.
72 Days Ago Microsoft acknowledges there's a problem, but there's no fix yet.
67 Days Ago Microsoft hasn’t had a great time with Windows 10 in 2018. Earlier this year Microsoft delayed its April 2018 Windows 10 update due to last minute Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) issues, and then had to fix desktop and Chrome freezing issues after it shipped to more than 600 million devices.
67 Days Ago It’s been an interesting morning, in an ancient Chinese curse kind of way. First we saw an official announcement that Windows Server 2019 was released. (Server 2019 is based on the Win10 1809 platform.) Only one problem: The bits weren’t available as advertised, and then the page was pulled.
67 Days Ago Microsoft is re-releasing its Windows 10 October 2018 update for all users following the limited rollout to Windows Insiders last month. The re-release fixes what Microsoft calls a “small but serious” problem that had resulted in some users losing files after updating their system.
67 Days Ago Shortly after Microsoft rolled out the Windows 10 October 2018 Update at the beginning of October, it was forced to pull the update when users began complaining about losing important files after updating.