Endless searches for new Win7 updates

An ongoing issue with Windows 7 updating is generating a lot of heat from users. Microsoft has released numerous patches to end excessively long Windows Update scans for new patches — and, in some cases, WU sucking up nearly all CPU cycles.

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Win10 upgrade still challenging Windows users

Using Windows’ powerful Recovery Environment

Deeply flawed system runs slow, won’t upgrade

An update on anti-malware application testing

As with summer days, June’s patching heats up

Windows 7 SP1 blocking nondestructive reinstall

Understanding MS product end-of-life dates

Video-editing apps: When using multiple cameras

Cookies not fit for consumption

My Monday (June 7) Field Notes article about sites requesting permission to download cookies generated a lively discussion in the Lounge. If you’re interested in adding your point of view on online ads and whether we should pay for online content, head over to the Lounge discussion.

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