Microsoft confirms audio issues in Windows 10 KB5016616 August 2022 Update
Windows 10 may not be getting updated as frequently as Windows 11, but it still has its share of bugs and breaks with each new monthly update.
Microsoft suggests Windows 11 22H2 may be named 'Windows 11 2022 Update' at launch
However, the public or commercial name of Windows 11's first big update is still not known. A new reference in Microsoft's “Get Started” app suggests …
Microsoft rolls back Windows 10 update that was causing big issues with audio
Microsoft has acknowledged an issue with a recent Windows 10 patch that can cause users to not get audio on their PCs and has rolled it back.
Windows 10 update kills sound for some systems • The Register – TheRegister
Another Windows update, another Windows problem. Microsoft has admitted that a July update for Windows 10 may have broken audio for some users.
What excites you about Windows 11? Inquiring minds want to know…. – Computerworld
The personal Microsoft Teams icon will have a white icon.) I don't mean to be a Debbie Downer, but I would be more exited if there was a single icon …
Microsoft Starts Advertising “Windows 11 2022 Update” to Testers – Thurrott.com
Read on to discover new features and set things up just how you like,” the message in Microsoft's Get Started app reads. With Windows 11 being a brand …
Latest Windows security update is locking users out of their PCs | PC Gamer
If you're planning on downloading the latest Microsoft Security Update for Windows, it's a good idea to have your BitLocker key ready to go.
Microsoft Acknowledges Secure Boot Fix Causes BitLocker Issues on Windows 11
Microsoft has acknowledged a new issue with the recent security update for Secure Boot DBX (KB5012170) and Windows 11, which causes some devices …
What is Windows Patch Tuesday, and why is it important? – OnMSFT.com
Patch Tuesday is the unofficial jargon in the tech industry that refers to updates released by giants like Adobe, Microsoft, Oracle, etc.
Microsoft confirms and resolves Windows 10 audio bug (your device may still be affected)
Microsoft confirmed an audio playback issue affecting Windows 10 devices. The company resolved the issue, but not for affected devices.