Category : PC

Written on Jul, 23, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

Full details can be found here, but users running certain older Intel Atom processors are being denied automatic updates from 1607 to 1704 thanks do issues with the graphics drivers for these models. It’s as yet up in the air if drivers for these chips will be updated. Those who manually update are able to do so, but experience graphics issues once running the latest version of Windows 10. These CPUs were commonly used in older Windows tablets and budget 2-n1 systems.

Today is Microsoft Inspire, a conference for Microsoft and it’s industry partners. In the keynote, a new program called Microsoft 365 was announced that bundles Office and Windows Enterprise into a subscription package. No word just yet on how much it will cost, or when it will be available. It does seem to be geared to make it easier for small and medium business to reach out and take advantage of features in the Enterprise versions of Windows, which until now have been reserved for volume license customers.

Source: The Verge

Written on May, 02, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

Microsoft is targeting the education market where Google has been thriving with it’s chromebooks with a newer, less expensive version of Windows 10 named Windows 10 S. This version of Windows comes with reduced functionality and a reduced priced for OEM’s preloading it on their devices. The savings are then passed on to consumers and institutions. For a break down of what is good and not so good in this new edition of Windows, check out this article over at

Written on Apr, 02, 2017 by in , | Leave a comment

Microsoft has confirmed that the Creators update, the next big update to be released for Windows 10 since the Anniversary update in November, will be released on Tuesday, April 11th. You can get a few more details about what the update will bring here. Tech savvy folks will be able to download the update manually on April 5th (without needing to sign up for the Insiders program).

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Written on Nov, 01, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment

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HP Prodesk Small Form Factor with Intel 6th Generation Core i5-6500 Quad Core 3.2GHz CPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM (Dual Channel), 500GB 7200RPM Hard Drive, DVD-ROM Drive, HP USB Keyboard and Mouse, Gigabit Ethernet, Your choice of Windows 7 Pro or Windows 10 Pro

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Dell Inspiron Desktop with Intel Core i5-6400 Quad Core 2.7GHz CPU, 8GB RAM, 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive, DVD Burner, Nvidia GT730 2GB Graphics Card, Gigabit Ethernet, Windows 10 Home

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Asus M32A Desktop with Intel Core i3 Dual Core 3.6GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, 1TB 7200RPM Hard Drive, DVD Burner, Gigabit Ethernet, Windows 10 Home

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Written on Oct, 25, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment

November 1st is the deadline for being able to get new PCs with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1; if you’ve been putting off your purchase it’s now or never!


Written on Oct, 25, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment

Now that Windows 10 1607 (the Anniversary Update) has been rolled out to about 77% of Windows 10 systems, we can look ahead at the next big update. Currently referred to as 1703, we expect it to launch sometime in March (as the number indicates). So what new features and changes can we expect? has a current list with updates likely as new test builds roll out.

Written on Apr, 14, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment

Microsoft has released some details about new features that will be included in the upcoming Anniversary Update, which include interface improvements, new security features, developer features, and more. Check out some of the highlights over at

Written on Feb, 16, 2016 by in | Leave a comment

Engadget reports that three Japanese PC manufacturers are moving forward with plans to merge their PC computing divisions to stay competitive in the tough PC market. No word yet on what to expect in terms of changes to branding or product lineups.