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Windows 10 is one of the most popular versions of Microsoft Windows, and here’s everything you need to know about it:

  • Release date: July 29, 2015
  • System requirements: 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM for 32-bit or 2GB RAM for 64-bit, 16GB storage for 32-bit OS or 20GB for 64-bit OS, DirectX 9 or later with WDDM 1.0 driver.
  • Current version and build: Windows 10 22H2 with Build 19045.2846 (as of May 2024).
  • End of support: Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will reach the end of support on October 14, 2025.
  • Predecessor: Windows 8.1
  • Successor: Windows 11.

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Microsoft reminds Windows 10 users: Upgrade from 21H2 or just get Windows 11

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Windows 10 Enterprise and Education (version 21H2) joined the end of support club on June 11, 2024 and won't receive any updates. You can either upgrade to 22H2 or switch to Windows 11.

Windows 10 KB5039211 adds a new feature (direct download links)

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Windows 10's June 2024 KB5039211 update fixes a lot of security shortcomings in the operating system and adds a new Snipping Tool feature.
Windows 10 updates with new features

Microsoft says it wants to add new features to Windows 10

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Microsoft has reopened the beta channel of the Windows 10 Insider Program to test new features and ideas before introducing them to the general public. This could mean more Windows 11 features are coming to Windows 10 or something else?

Windows 10 KB5037849 brings Windows 11-like Android integration

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I installed an update for Windows 10 and noticed that Microsoft has added Windows 11's Mobile Devices feature, which gives you instant access to photos you took on your phone. Here's a closer look at the new Android integration in Windows 10

Microsoft reminds everyone: It’s time to move on from Windows 10

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Microsoft updated its official support page, which details the end of support for Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7. It is a well-crafted web page that informs you about the caveats of not upgrading and how it can impact your system's security.
KB5037765 0x800f0982 error on Windows Server 2019

Microsoft aware of Windows Server KB5037765 0x800f0982 error

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Microsoft has confirmed reports that Windows Server KB5037765 may fail to install with error code 0x800f0982 in regions such as Germany, France, and Spain if an English language pack is not installed. A fix will be rolled out to everyone in the coming hours.
Windows 10 KB5037768

Windows 10 KB5037768 out with reliable Search (direct download .msu)

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Windows 10's May update is being rolled out to everyone through Windows Update, featuring a reliable taskbar search. It also includes a new alert encouraging users to link a Microsoft account to PCs with local accounts, but this alert can be dismissed.
Windows 11 23H2 update

Windows 10 finally offers a direct upgrade to Windows 11 23H2 for more users

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Thanks to a new server-side change, which is still rolling out, you can now directly upgrade to Windows 11 23H2 from Windows 10. Previously, some users were offered Windows 11 22H2 when they checked updates on Windows 10.
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Microsoft confirms KB5036909 issues in Windows Server with NTLM traffic, LSASS

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Microsoft's April 2024 security updates are not working well with both consumer and server editions of Windows. The latest flaw discovered in KB5036909 for Windows Server 2022 is a surprising surge in NTLM traffic.

Microsoft says it won’t fix Windows 10 KB5034441’s 0x80070643 error

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Three weeks ago, I reported citing sources that Microsoft has no plans to fix Windows 10 KB5034441 issues. As expected, Microsoft has now updated its support documents to clarify that it...

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