• How Predictable

    Microsoft marketing never quits-- unlike Microsoft security. Asked about the latest ransomware proliferative threat, the Microsoft marketing party line is, "Upgrade to Windows 10, of course!"Yet, eons ago, confronted with essentially the same socially-engineered threat, a Microsoft product manager...

    BobGreene35 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 10 and i Access Print sessions

    Windows 10 has caused issues with our clients with IBM “i Access” printer sessions configured. I spent many hours trying to determine the issue with why a network configured printer on the server would work, but the printer setup connected via USB to PC would not. All the PC programs would...

    hafwhit1,180 pointsBadges:
  • Stop and re-start for update

    I work for a public radio studio in Hungary. We use a locally developed studio control system governing on-air program on a seven day round-the clock basis. My main concern upgrading OS to Windows 10 is that it can stop and re-start any time and when it re-starts my whole operation would come to a...

    JudgeMaria5 pointsBadges:
  • 2X Parallel RDP does not run under Windows 10

    I have 6 computers, of which one is Vista, two are Win 8.1 and three are Win 10 ( of which two are clean installs). RDP works on 5 of them but  not on a twice clean install Win 10 desktop (main computer) on which under Win 7 2XRDP worked perfectly. The latter one is cable connected to router, the...

    Fuessel10 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 10 desktop & features control

    Hi there, I'm a windows 7 user but am thinking of buying a Windows 10. Does anyone know the answers to the following? Is there some sort of light version of Windows 10? I mean without all those crappy animations, shadows, etc, that eat up ram and processor time. Is it ever possible to make windows...

    zariapps55 pointsBadges:
  • No desktop screen on Windows 10

    I downloaded Windows 10 and now have no desktop screen. What should I do?

    RobeMonGibs15 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 10 backwards compatability

    I am a gamer and upgrading to Windows 10 might just be an awful experience if none of the games I have spent so much money on will work on the new OS. I want to upgrade but I also want to keep from having to repurchase all my games just so that I can play them. Sure, the upgrade is free for those...

    KeithaH30 pointsBadges:

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