ICYMI is our round-up of Windows, Microsoft, Windows Central, and other news from the past week. We know you love to stay informed, but sometimes life gets in the way. That's why we're here to recap the big stories, In Case You Missed It.
When you have multiple apps open in Windows 10, a great way to re-arrange them on your desktop is by using Snap. However, did you know there are three other ways to arrange them in your desktop? We'll show you.
Windows 10 lets you control a lot about how your data is used. In this how-to, we explain what Windows Update Delivery Optimization is and how to turn it off. We also demonstrate how to set a Wi-Fi network as metered to prevent data abuse.
We showed you how easy it was to to defer Windows 10 updates, however, it was limited to some editions of Windows 10. There is another method that even users with Windows 10 Home edition can utilize. You won't need to spend money to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro.
Windows 10 updates will only get change logs for 'significant' improvements, according to a Microsoft spokesperson. Smaller updates, such as the ones the operating system has received since it launch on July 29, will not receive detailed change logs.
While Microsoft aims Windows 10 to be its best operating system yet, many people may considering to downgrade to Windows 8.1. This may be because the new operating system is not working as they were expected. If that is you, in this new how-to guide we go through three different ways you can go back to Windows 8.1!
New rumors claim Microsoft may have decided to hold one big hardware launch event in New York City sometime in October. The reports claim that the company will officiall unveil its two new Lumia flagship phones with Windows 10 Mobile, the Surface Pro 4, the Microsoft Band 2 and maybe more.
A new report claims that Microsoft will indeed offer a Windows 10 with Bing SKU for low-cost devices. Some China-based hardware companies, like Teclast, say they will be among the first to release cheap tablets that have Windows 10 with Bing installed.
With Microsoft looking to replace passwords with biometric recognition, it's now possible to login using fingerprints, or eye and face recognition. But how does the feature perform when identical twins are deployed to see if they can trick the security measures in place?
Google says it is aware of issues when running the 64-bit Windows version of Chrome in the recently released Windows 10 build 10525 and is working to fix the bugs. For now, users can use a simple shortcut trick to get the browser to work until it's fixed.
Although you may now know how to set the Slideshow up in Windows 10, did you know you can make it go faster? Like every 10 seconds. Read on how to make that happen and also enable shuffle to keep your Windows 10 wallpaper super fresh!
Microsoft released an out-of-schedule security update for all supported versions of Windows, including Windows 10. The update fixes an issue in Internet Explorer that could allow a hacker to attack Windows remotely.