Microsoft Releases March 2020 Office Updates With Fixes, Improvements

Microsoft Releases March 2020 Office Updates With Fixes, Improvements

Microsoft released the March 2020 non-security Microsoft Office updates with improvements and fixes for the Windows Installer (MSI) editions of Office 2013 and Office 2016. For instance, this month’s updates fix a Microsoft Office 2016 error caused by ADODB.Recordset objects, updates some translations, and an issue affecting Skype for Business users that will not let […]

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Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 KB4524244 Issues and Pulls the Update

Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 KB4524244 Issues and Pulls the Update

Microsoft pulled the standalone KB4524244 security update from February 15, 2020, from Windows Update after confirming user reports about freezes, boot problems, and installation issues since it was released on February 11. KB4524244 was designed to address “an issue in which a third-party Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) boot manager might expose UEFI-enabled computers to a security vulnerability.” […]

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Microsoft announces an all-new version of Windows

Microsoft announces an all-new version of Windows

Software giant Microsoft has announced a new version of its Windows 10 operating system Windows 10 designed for laptops with two screens. Called Windows 10X, this unique version of the operating system will be exclusive to dual-screen devices with displays larger than nine inches in diameter. The company paired the announcement off with a dual-screen […]

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Many businesses still dependent on outdated software

Many businesses still dependent on outdated software

A significant portion of the country’s businesses still rely on old, dead operating systems, which puts them at grave cybersecurity risk. Research by Kaspersky found that four in ten of very small businesses (VSB), and roughly half of small and medium-sized businesses (SMB), still rely on operating systems such as Windows XP or Windows 7 which are […]

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Most NHS computers haven’t switched to Windows 10

Most NHS computers haven’t switched to Windows 10

Windows 7 is still the preferred OS for more than a million of devices. More than a million computers belonging to the NHS are currently running the Windows 7 operating system, which some MPs see as a potential problem. The operating system in itself is not the problem, according to Jo Platt MP, shadow cabinet office minister, […]

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The end of the desktop?

The end of the desktop?

We’ve been predicting for a while that Microsoft is moving us away from its PC-centric Windows operating system to a cloud-based rental version of Windows. Now, with the Windows Virtual Desktop beta finally showing up, we’re a step closer to the death of the PC. When the first PC was released it changed everything. Before it, […]

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