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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: How to get the new operating system early -

The new update to Windows 10 is set to launch mid-October, but why not get ahead of the crowd and give it a go today? 1. Share this. Facebook · Twitter · Google plus · Email; Share ? How to get the Fall Creators Update. Facebook · Twitter · Google ...and more »

Microsoft releases Win10 Creators Update—but proceed with caution - InfoWorld

Microsoft has quietly released the full, original disk images (ISOs) for build 15063 of Windows 10 version 1703—the Creators Update, codename Redstone 2—and yesterday Windows fan Steve Truman, @KPRP42, published a list of links to Microsoft's ...and more »

​Windows 10 upgrades: Microsoft sued for millions over lost data and damaged PCs - ZDNet

The class-action suit aims to prove a number of points about the impact of Microsoft's Windows 10 upgrade. Image: Microsoft. Three Illinois residents are leading a class-action suit against Microsoft over data loss and damage to their computers, which ...and more »

Ways to adapt to Microsoft patching changes - TechTarget

Microsoft's switch to rollup patching makes it imperative for administrators to streamline the update process for Windows Server systems. FROM THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE: Catch up on the Windows Server patches of 2017. GUIDE SECTIONS. Patch Tuesday reports ...and more »

With new security features in place is it time to try Microsoft Edge? - TechRepublic

Microsoft is spending resources to make Edge more secure. Is it enough to change your primary web browser of choice? By Mark Kaelin | March 28, 2017, 6:59 AM PST. 2. Email; Print; Reddit; Delicious; Digg; Pinterest; Stumbleupon; Google Plus ...and more »

Microsoft is recruiting for Windows Mobile - OnMSFT (blog)

Microsoft has begun recruiting for its Windows Mobile Team by advertising two new job openings on its Microsoft Careers page for a Senior Program Manager and a Program Manager II. The Senior Program Manager is expected to “help drive the communication ...and more »

Microsoft sued for $5 million in class action over Windows 10 upgrades - Digital Trends

Microsoft's latest lawsuit over Windows 10 updates now claims the OS wiped files and broke computers. Microsoft is facing a class action lawsuit for $5 million in Illinois over allegedly buggy Windows 10 updates that deleted people's files and damaged ...and more »

'Windows 10 destroyed our data!' Microsoft hauled into US court - The Register

Updated Three people in Illinois have filed a lawsuit against Microsoft, claiming that its Windows 10 update destroyed their data and damaged their computers. The complaint [PDF], filed in Chicago's US District Court on Thursday, charges that Microsoft ...and more »

Consumers sue Microsoft, allege Windows 10 upgrade destroyed data, damaged PCs - Computerworld

Three people from Illinois last week sued Microsoft, claiming that the free Windows 10 upgrade they had installed on their PCs caused "data loss and damage to their computers." Lawyers for the trio asked a Chicago federal court Thursday to grant the ...and more »

​Microsoft: We've got 10 million Insiders testing Windows 10 to keep bugs at bay - ZDNet

Microsoft describes feedback from Windows Insider program members as "fast and furious". Image: ZDNet/Microsoft. Microsoft launched Windows Insider in October 2014 with its first public Windows 10 Technical Preview, and by that December the program ...and more »