Microsoft has recently revealed that a KB update in August's Patch Tuesday effectively breaks printing for some organizations by repeatedly requiring admin credentials when printing.
Microsoft has released an official workaround for the problem in the latest Windows 11 insider builds 22449 and 22000.176, where the Taskbar, among others, would be unresponsive or totally empty.
Razer has confirmed that it is working on patching an easily exploitable security issue which allows a local attacker to gain admin privileges to your system using just a Razer mouse or a dongle.
Microsoft Windows 10 update KB5000842 is causing a high-pitched noise while using Dolby Digital audio 5.1 in certain conditions. This issue has been confirmed in Windows 10 version 2004 and 20H2.
Accessing a particular location in Windows 10 throws an error message that a drive has been corrupted and needs to be fixed via restarting with chkdsk. A fix is not available in Windows 10 20H2.
Following a six-hour outage on Xbox Live yesterday, the PlayStation Network appears to be down for certain games including Call of Duty: Warzone and Minecraft for the past several hours today.
The "Hey Google" voice command used to trigger Google Assistant on Wear OS smartwatches has been broken for months. Google has now finally acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix.
Following multiple delays from Microsoft, Google's Project Zero security team has disclosed yet another high severity security flaw in Windows. If exploited, it can cause elevation of privilege.
If your save file in Cyberpunk 2077 becomes too big due to excessively collecting and crafting in-game items, it will become irreversibly corrupted and you will lose all progress contained in it.
Following a botched fix by Qualcomm which caused a new kernel privilege escalation bug, Google Project Zero has publicly disclosed details of a high severity security flaw in the Adreno GPU driver.
Microsoft has found a fix for the 'Error code 6' crash on Edge that has been causing problems for the Mac users. The company has not releaved all the details but is expected to roll out a patch soon.
In a bid to alleviate concerns resulting from the vulnerabilities being reported recently, Zoom will now let paying customers decide which countries their calls get routed through.
With temporary fixes for its network adapter failures found in its latest 18362.356 build for Windows 10 (1903), the company has followed suit and addressed the woes surrounding the audio in games.
Twitter has admitted that it accidentally shared the location data of a subset of iOS users with a "trusted partner". However, the bug has now been resolved and the data has apparently been deleted.
Apple has issued an apology for the FaceTime bug which allowed you to eavesdrop on others during group calls. An update to squash the bug will be rolled out to the public next week.
Sony has enlightened its community, letting folks know through its U.K. Twitter account that it has fixed the issue that would cause the PlayStation 4 to crash when receiving a malicious message.
For the past eight months, Google has ignored a problem with its Pixel 2. A user created a fix for the issue and now conveniently, Google has commented on the situation with a disappointing response.
New variants of Spectre have been discovered by Microsoft and Google, which allow attackers to read privileged data. While mitigations will be available soon, they will result in a performance hit.
Microsoft has initiated an upgrade block for some Alienware systems, citing a ''known incompatibility'' as the reason. An unofficial fix by an Alienware Product Specialist has been released as well.
Microsoft has officially acknowledged the Windows 10 freezing bug affecting numerous users who upgraded to the April 2018 Update recently. The company intends to roll out the fix next week.
Sony has revealed that the Android Oreo update, which is rolling out to the Xperia XZ Premium, is causing issues with the camera app on the device and the company will release a fix soon.
Amidst reports of missing apps after installation of the Fall Creators Update, Microsoft has detailed a temporary workaround to restore any such apps while it further investigates the issue.
Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 Insider Preview build 17017 to Fast ring users just a few hours ago, however, many are facing problems updating their devices. Microsoft is now working on a fix.
A recent Cumulative Update for the Windows 10 Creators Update was causing a subset of updated devices to BSOD. Microsoft has now officially confirmed this issue and detailed workarounds as well.
Apple is quickly pushing out updates to iOS 11 in order to fix some of the bugs contained in the latest release. This week's update brings fixes for haptic feedback and unresponsive displays.
After months of complaints regarding poor gaming performance in the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has finally acknowledged the issue, stating that it is investigating the sources behind it.
It looks like Google forgot to switch off a developer feature in the public Oreo builds. Users have unwittingly been slurping mobile data even when connected to Wi-Fi. Here's how to fix the issue.
A battery-related bug has been affecting Nintendo Switch owners. It results in the console displaying zero charge even when this isn't the case. The company has now released a fix for the problem.
For owners of the bootloop issue affected Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X devices, we got some good news for you. A developer has created a fix that can reportedly bring the dead handsets back to life.
For the past few hours, Xbox One owners have been seeing a weird error message on their console, referencing 'My Little Pony' and telling them to read the error description and weep.
Microsoft has quietly issued a fix for a critical vulnerability in Windows Defender's Malware Protection Engine. The problem was discovered by the same Google researcher who found an earlier exploit.
Those who have affected S8 devices in Turkey and the UK, as well as S8+ devices in Turkey and Germany, will now be able to download an OTA update to fix the red tinted screen issue.
OneDrive users on Linux have been reporting slowdowns when using the service, temporarily fixing it by modifying a user agent string. Taking user feedback, Microsoft has issued a fix for the service.
Microsoft has announced that it has now fixed the "out of memory" errors that occurred when trying to run Windows phone emulators in Visual Studio on Windows 10, even with enough memory available.
If you're having trouble downloading Windows 10 build 14986 on the Fast ring, Microsoft has issued a simple workaround that does not require tweaking the operating system's registry keys.
An issue that has recently popped up disallows users from viewing several official Microsoft websites on Chrome - throwing a "site cannot be reached" error, however, there's an easy fix.
Linux Mint users have received an update to the mintUpdate package which will alert users if they're infected with the TSUNAMI backdoor. The backdoor can give hackers remote access to systems.
A new flaw in iOS can easily break almost any Apple device including the iPhone 6s Plus and the most recent iPads. And triggering it is as simple as manually setting your device to a specific date.
Microsoft released a bunch of critical and important security patches through last night's KB3124266, a cumulative update for Windows 10, that's available now through Windows Update.
Even though Microsoft didn't publicly recognize its broken in-app purchase system across all versions of Windows, the company might have fixed the issue which was affecting a majority of users.