• How to create a single-column Start menu in the Windows 10 Creators Update

    3 days ago - By PC World

    If there's one thing Microsoft loves to do, it's play around with the Start menu in Windows 10. The Creators Update is no different with Microsoft adding an interesting new setting for the minimalists out there. A year ago, we looked at a way to get a Windows 7-ish Start menu without using third-party software by dumping all the live tiles. This didn't truly give you a Windows 7 replica, but what it did was simplify the Start menu into a single column. To read this article in full or to leave a comment,
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  • Microsoft To Release Feature Updates To Windows 10 And Office Twice A Year

    Microsoft To Release Feature Updates To Windows 10 And Office Twice A Year

    3 days ago - By Tech Times

    Microsoft shared that it would roll out two yearly feature updates for Windows 10 and its subscription-based Office 365 ProPlus platforms. The company stated that the next update would be released in September 2017.
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  • Major Windows 10 feature updates will come every March and September, says Microsoft

    Major Windows 10 feature updates will come every March and September, says Microsoft

    3 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    Following the release of Windows 10's Creators Update , Microsoft says it's committing to a “predictable twice-per-year” feature release schedule that will see the company push out a major Windows 10 update every March and September. The company also says it will service and support major Windows 10 feature updates for 18 months after release. Without the company saying it in so many words, it appears Microsoft is doubling on its promise of Windows 10 being the “last version of Windows,” at least for the foreseeable future. Bernardo Caldas, a general manager at Microsoft, says this new...
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  • Microsoft commits to twice-yearly Windows 10 updates

    Microsoft commits to twice-yearly Windows 10 updates

    3 days ago - By The Inquirer

    We just wish they didn't have to be such marketing-jargon douches about it
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