Microsoft has begun rolling out Patch Tuesday updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The usual crop of updates includes a fix for the recently discovered Windows zero-day vulnerability.
Microsoft has begun rolling out a mandatory update for the most recent Windows 10 versions - 2004, 20H2, and 21H1 - to patch the recently acknowledged PrintNightmare critical vulnerability.
What started out as a personal project to fine-tune new Windows 10 has blossomed into a full GitHub project supporting versions 1809 and up. It lets you uninstall OneDrive the correct way, and more.
Microsoft's updated documentation for the May 2020 Update notes the removal of the manual deferral option for feature updates from Windows Update. It now happens only through the Group Policy Editor.
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update is breaking OneDrive Files On-Demand for some users, and the company has acknowledged the issue. Some successful workarounds have been posted as well.
This week saw the May 2020 Update finally reach GA, as well as the release of Minecraft Dungeons, Alpha 3 of Flight Simulator, and so much more. Make sure to catch up via our overview.
With the release of yet another feature update for Windows 10, it's time to go over the new features and improvements that are included in Windows 10 version 2004. Here's what you need to know.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 version 2004 RTM build to the Slow and Release Preview rings with more fixes. The build is what will be likely offered to the public later this month.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to push the May 2020 Update (version 2004) general availability to May 28. It was slated for a May 12 release but has been moved due to a zero-day vulnerability patch.