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Not forgotten: Windows 10 Mobile gets new Cumulative Update

3 monthes ago   |   By WMPoweruser

Microsoft has rolled out a new Windows 10 Mobile cumulative build for all supported Windows Phones taking the OS to build 15254.248. This build contains all the new features from KB4074592. This includes: Addresses issue with a fragment identifier contained in links opened using the Enterprise Mode Site List to redirect from Microsoft Edge to...
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Windows 10 Mobile's February cumulative update is now rolling out

Windows 10 Mobile's February cumulative update is now rolling out

3 monthes ago   |   By Windows Central

February's Patch Tuesday update is now rolling out to Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft yesterday went about releasing its monthly round of Patch Tuesday cumulative updates for Windows 10 PCs, but Windows 10 Mobile was initially left out of the fun.
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Microsoft plans to let users resume interrupted Windows 10 updates

Microsoft plans to let users resume interrupted Windows 10 updates

3 monthes ago   |   By Windows Central

Microsoft is working on a new Windows update system that would allow you to resume a software update where it left off if your connection is severed.
If you've ever been downloading a Windows 10 update, only for the download to be interrupted before it's completed, you'll know exactly how frustrating that situation can be. It's especially problematic for those with slower internet connections or data caps, given that major updates - like the Fall Creators Update that Microsoft released in October - are several gigabytes in size. It's a problem that Microsoft is keenly aware of, but it's...
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Hey, Microsoft, stop installing third-party apps on clean Windows 10 installs!

Hey, Microsoft, stop installing third-party apps on clean Windows 10 installs!

3 monthes ago   |   By Windows Central

Microsoft automatically installs six bloatware apps onto every Windows 10 PC, even after a clean install. This needs to stop.
Before Windows 10, a clean install of Windows only included the bare essentials a user would need to get started using their PC. That included software built by Microsoft, such as Mail, Paint, and its web browser, and it never included "bloatware" or "trialware" that one might find on hardware purchased from a third-party OEM that preloaded all kinds of crapware.
The clean install process was simple. With Windows 7, you'd do the install, and once you hit the...
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