Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Posted by John Lister
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5
Microsoft says it will backtrack on one of the most controversial elements of its campaign to push users towards Windows 10. It will no longer interpret clicking a close window button (the "X") as authorizing an installation of the new operating system. Since launching the... + continue reading
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Posted by John Lister
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5
Microsoft has agreed to pay $10,000 to a woman who says her computer was wrecked by an unwanted Windows 10 upgrade. The terms of the payment means there's no guarantee others in the same situation would prevail in court. Teri Goldstein says her computer automatically downloaded and... + continue reading
Monday, June 27, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
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5
Infopackets Reader 'Jackie' writes: " Dear Dennis, I just read the article you wrote about 'How to Fix: Windows 10 Black Border (Shrinking Screen)' and have a similar question. I just upgraded to Windows 10; I have an HP laptop and have connected it to my big flat screen TV. The... + continue reading
Friday, June 24, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
Reader's rate:
5
Infopackets Reader Tom M. writes: " Dear Dennis, I am running Windows 10 that came with my computer. I decided I want to do a clean install of Windows 10 while I'm still logged into my Windows 10 desktop - this is possible if you run setup.exe form the disc, then select "Custom" during... + continue reading
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
A newly-publicized take on a long-running scam involves on-screen messages that falsely appear to be from a user's Internet service provider. It's a trick with a variety of ways to profit from the customer. For many years, scammers have been calling people on the telephone claiming... + continue reading

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