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Windows Update Breaks Millions of Cameras and People Are Pissed Off

Microsoft’s first big Anniversary Update for Windows 10 went live earlier this month. With it came improved pen performance, new Cortana features, and an all around better Windows. Two weeks later, it’s become clear that the Anniversary update has some big problems. First, some users were plagued with a system-wide freeze after logging into Windows, and now Paul Thurrott reports that the OS is killing certain webcams. Read More >>

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The Windows 10 Anniversary Update Proves Why PCs Aren’t Dead

Microsoft released Windows 10 in the summer of 2015, but unlike previous versions of the operating system, it was meant to be the “final” version of Windows, updated into perpetuity. Now, the company is preparing its first major update available to everyone on August 2nd. Read More >>

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For the Love of God Upgrade to Windows 10 Before You Have to Pay £100

For the past year, Microsoft has been annoyingly aggressive about getting people on board with Windows 10. If you’ve somehow come this far without upgrading, the time has come to cast your die. The software is getting a big price hike starting July 30th, from £0 to £100. Read More >>

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Android Users Could Soon Respond to Notifications on a Windows 10 PC

Microsoft has revealed plans to bring Android phone notifications to the desktop. The new feature, which was demoed this week at Build 2016, will rely on the Cortana app, and allow users to view, dismiss and in some cases even respond to Android notifications, such as missed calls and messages, directly from a Windows 10 computer. Read More >>