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Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21359 has been released to the Dev channel for Insiders.News and interests in the Taskbar is now available to every Insider on the Dev channel, which was reset a few flights earlier.A new option to “Restart apps after signing in” has been added to the Power Menu in the Start… Read more

As part of Microsoft’s Patch Tuesday, several updates have been released for almost every version of Windows 10. These updates shall be automatically installed on all registered devices through Windows Update, or manually through other means, including manually downloading and installing or using Windows Server Update Services Server (WSUS). The updates and details for each… Read more

As part of Patch Tuesdays, Microsoft has released a cumulative update to the stable channel for Windows 10 versions 2004 as well as 20H2. The update KB5001330 was released on April 13th, 2021, which is an all-security update and brings no new features to the OS. The same update has also been released for the… Read more

Microsoft has released a new build for Insiders on the Beta channel with the update KB5001330 for Windows 10 v21H1. This update has also been released to the Release Preview channel but only for devices that are being used commercially. This is an all-security update hence it does not introduce any new features to the… Read more

There can be a number of reasons why you’d want to format USB drive in Windows 10. Either it could be a brand new USB drive that needs to be formatted before it can be used, or you could be facing some issues with your USB and want to reformat it. Other reasons could be… Read more

If you have come across an error message such as “A codec is required to play this file” or “Windows Media Player encountered an error,” it is likely that you have a missing or broken codec. If so, this article is for you. Codecs are a necessary piece of software required to compress, transport, and… Read more

In the 21st century, almost everything is connected to the internet via Wi-Fi – A wireless network technology that grows each day to a new extent. But for an average everyday user, having Wi-Fi means they can work on the go while being mobile, resulting in productivity. However, there are certain areas in your home… Read more

Microsoft has just released .NET 6 Preview 3 two days after releasing the stable .NET 5.0.5. Microsoft calls this version a preview since it’s still in the testing phase and expects its subscribers to send them feedback so that they can improve the process before publishing a stable release. There is a good chance you… Read more

Microsoft has released the next stable version for .NET 5, .NET 5.0.5. They removed the word “Framework” and it is now only called “.NET 5.” This is because .NET 5 is now a more unified tool that combines .NET Framework, .NET Core, as well as Mono/Xamarin. This release does not include any security updates, but… Read more

The Update Manager for Windows, or WuMgr, is a small application that allows users to manage Windows updates far better than the Settings app in Windows 10. You can use this app to install selective updates, hide them so they won’t be installed, or remove any previously installed Windows update easily. Let us dig in… Read more