Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Posted by John Lister
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5
Microsoft has confirmed it is using customers' Internet connections to distribute Windows 10 to other users. While it doesn't appear to pose a serious security risk, switching off the feature is a bit tricky. The feature is officially known as Windows Update Delivery Optimization, or... + continue reading
Monday, August 3, 2015
Posted by Dennis Faas
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5
Infopackets Reader Paul S. writes: " Dear Dennis, I tried to install Windows 10, but it failed with error code C1900208 (I did it through the 'get windows 10' app). I tried again a few times, and it still gives me error C1900208, 'Installation Status: failed'. I checked my Windows Update... + continue reading
Friday, July 31, 2015
Posted by Dennis Faas
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4.714285
Infopackets Reader Sam T. writes: " Dear Dennis, I have clicked on the 'Get Windows 10' app in my tray bar and it still says it's reserved. I read that I can force the upgrade by using entering 'wuauclt.exe /updatenow' in the command prompt -- however, I keep... + continue reading
Thursday, July 30, 2015
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
4.857145
Windows 10 is now available. While there's no immediate rush to get it (the upgrade is free for another year), here are some of the basics to know if you're thinking of trying out the new system. Can I get Windows 10 right away, or do I have to wait? Many users are still waiting for... + continue reading
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Software developed to hunt down bugs in programs for Windows has been adapted for stem cell research. Though the two tasks sound nothing alike, they both involve calculating the link between cause and effect. New Scientist reports that the software is known as the Reasoning Engine for... + continue reading

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