A Windows 10 patch that is supposed to address Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. BEWARE IF YOU HAVE AN AMD PROCESSOR
Windows has released a patch, January 3, 2018—KB4056892 (OS Build 16299.192), that is supposed to help address the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities.. BUT some owners of AMD based machines are reporting crashes.
I have not ‘upgrade’ to Windows 10 yet.
I needed to update my Oracle VM Virtualbox and found that there were some compatibility issues between Virtualbox and Windows 10
https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads Continue reading
Here is a good quick video on WIndows 10. Continue reading
HowToGeek published and article that made me rethink Windows 10. My original objection to Windows 10 was that the home version would force updates with no opt out option. The article states that the update process would be ‘like chrome’. In other words, the updates would not be the same as the current Windows update process. That might mean that the update process isn’t as much of a roadblock as I originally thought.
Here are the Pros and Cons of migrating to Windows 10 as I see them now (and that will probably change) Continue reading
Howtogeek published an article detailing how Microsoft will FORCE updates on users of home versions.
It appears that Microsoft is forcing users of Home versions to be beta testers before the updates are rolled out to Business (Professional versions).
I see a number of issues with this Continue reading
Microsoft announced that the release of Windows 10 is scheduled for this summer (2015).
Business owners will have to make some decisions as to which operating systems they should purchase and when. Continue reading