Windows 10 full screen nags

Microsoft’s Windows 10 nag screens show no sign of slowing down

Remember the infamous blue screen pop-ups that take over your screen on Windows 10? Those nag screens are back as Microsoft has once again resorted to its aggressive tactic of promoting...
Windows 10 KB5023696

Windows 10 KB5023696 released – here’s what’s new and how to download

Windows 10 KB5023696 is now rolling out to the PCs in the production channel. This release is part of the March 2023 Patch Tuesday cycle, and it doesn't come with massive...
Intel February 2023 drivers for Windows 11 Windows 10

Intel’s February 2023 driver updates released for Windows 11 and Windows 10

Intel has begun rolling February 2023 driver updates for Windows 11 and 10 with several bug fixes. Currently, only the Bluetooth driver is available, but graphics and WiFi drivers should follow...
Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 Windows 11

Microsoft will pay you if you use Edge instead of Chrome on Windows 11,...

Following adverts being run on Outlook for iOS, Microsoft is now rolling out more advertisements promoting Microsoft Edge. This time on Windows. Microsoft has started testing new advertisements to push its Chromium-based...
Windows 10 KB5022834

Windows 10 KB5022834 released – here’s what’s new and how to download

Windows 10 KB5022834 is heading to PCs as part of the February 2023 Patch Tuesday security cycle. This release is about bug fixes as Microsoft continues to bet on Windows 11...
Windows 10 installation bug confirmed

Windows 10 installation bug accidentally forces users to buy Microsoft 365

Windows 10 has again started displaying a full-screen pop-up that takes up the whole screen (similar to the first boot experience) and attempts to sell Microsoft 365. The pop-up itself isn't...
Windows 11 free upgrade nag

Windows 10 is nagging users with full-screen Windows 11 “free upgrade” notifications

Windows 10's full-screen nags are back! Microsoft is bombarding Windows 10 users with "Now unlocked: You're eligible for a free upgrade to Windows 11" alerts. After installing the recent updates, users have started...
Windows 10 and Microsoft

End of an era: Microsoft stops selling Windows 10

The end of an era is upon us, as Windows 10 is slowly being retired after more than eight years of launch. Announced in 2015, the official retirement of Windows 10...
Windows 10 installation medias

Microsoft is not planning to kill off Windows 10 downloads (installation media)

Microsoft has confirmed that it would stop selling Windows 10 product keys/licenses on February 1, which means the 31st of January would be the last day to buy a copy of...
Windows 10 Groove Music Media Player

Windows 10 update hammers final nail into coffin of Groove Music player

Groove Music appears to have, er, run out of music, with Microsoft putting the final nail in the coffin of Windows 10's default music player. If you go to the Microsoft...

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