Tag Archives: $10

Microsoft’s giving you just 10 days now, not 31, to change your mind about Windows 10

Microsoft has hidden a new downgrade policy within the Windows 10 Anniversary Update: Once you’ve installed it, you’ll only have 10 days to downgrade to an earlier version or build, rather than the 31 days provided before. Historically, Microsoft had given users a full month to roll back any updates, including upgrades to Windows 10. Supersite for Windows reported this week, ... Read More »

The List: 10 apps for ridiculously lazy people

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Bihar school teachers to get salaries within 10 days itself

In order to give away pending salaries to teachers, the Bihar state government has recently announced to credit the payment of high school and class 12 teachers within 10 days. (Read: Stunned by video, Bihar Board orders probe into the result of Class 12 toppers) This quick move from the government has come after BJP members put forewarned a question ... Read More »

Windows 10 Anniversary Update review: Cortana, Edge overshadow Windows Ink

I just spent more than a week diving deep into Windows 10’s Anniversary Update. As a birthday present of sorts to users who’ve upgraded to Windows 10 in the past year since the OS launched, it’s a pretty nice one. Here’s what’s in the box: Cortana, which is now accessible from the lock screen, is more ubiquitous than ever. Extensions ... Read More »

Why 10 Gigabit Is No Longer Just for Big Enterprises

With data doubling every two years, SMBs can find affordable 10G switching solutions that will do the trick without breaking their IT budgets. The changing economics around 10 Gigabit Ethernet is about to change how many small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) think about the composition of their networking infrastructures. When 10G switching debuted more than a decade ago, the new ... Read More »

Why 10 Gigabit Is No Longer Just for Big Enterprises

With data doubling every two years, SMBs can find affordable 10G switching solutions that will do the trick without breaking their IT budgets. The changing economics around 10 Gigabit Ethernet is about to change how many small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) think about the composition of their networking infrastructures. When 10G switching debuted more than a decade ago, the new ... Read More »

How to upgrade to Windows 10: What you need to know

Procrastinators beware. If you’re a Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 user, you’re nearing a big deadline: on July 29, the free period to upgrade to Windows 10 expires. If you intend to upgrade but haven’t actually completed the process, we can help. For consumers, the choice is a simple one: You’ll be upgraded to either one of two versions of Windows ... Read More »

Another near-final Windows 10 build adds an Amazon extension to Microsoft Edge

It’s a few days late for Prime Day, but Microsoft’s Edge browser now has an Amazon extension for your shopping convenience. It’s one of the last remaining features to be added to Windows 10 as its Anniversary Update draws closer to its “final,” shipping code. Microsoft released Build 14390 for both PC and Mobile to Windows Insiders in the Fast ... Read More »

If Microsoft can’t install Windows 10 on your PC, it’ll give you a new one

As July 29 gets closer and the free Windows 10 upgrade offer reaches its final days, Microsoft is pulling out all the stops in order to convince users to upgrade. It’s even willing to give you a new laptop. As spotted by Neowin, Microsoft retail stores are offering to install Windows 10 on any compatible machine for free. If the ... Read More »

2 ways to control Windows 10 automatic updates

Timothy Dunlap asked how to turn off Windows 10’s insistently automatic updates. An up-to-date PC is less vulnerable to attack, so automatic updates are generally a good thing. But sometimes an update will make things worse, rendering a PC problematic or even unusable until the problem is solved. That’s why some people prefer to hold off on an update until ... Read More »