Microsoft angers both Win10 and Win7 users

Windows 7 and Windows 10 are both hot topics in the Lounge these days. For Win10, it’s the issues with the Anniversary Update release, which, as we note in this week’s Patch Watch column, appears to have lots of teething pains. For Win7 users, it the decreasing user control over what nonsecurity updates get installed. Join the debate. The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several other new questions for which you might have answers: Office Applications     General Productivity Finding hidden files Word Processing


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