Windows 10

What is Windows 11? Windows 11 is a replacement operating system to replace Windows 10. Windows 11 is faster, cleaner, and more secure than Windows 10. Most will notice cosmetic changes to the user interface, while most of the main updates are under the bonnet. When can you update to Windows 11? If you have a compatible computer, you can upgrade to Windows 11 right now. Windows 11 requires your computer to have this specific microchip. A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) was designed to increase the security of computers to better safeguard them against...

Windows 10 was supposed to be ‘the last Windows’, but Microsoft has now had a change of heart and has now released Windows 11. Windows 10 was released as a replacement for the wildly unpopular Windows 8 & 8.1. With Windows 7 and 8 computers getting a free upgrade, Windows 10 rocketed to the preferred Windows platform. It is now estimated that a whopping 79% of windows-based computers are running Windows 10 as the main operating system. In the past, Microsoft only had a few updates for their operating systems before replacing them...

Microsoft has dropped a major update. (The 4th Major Update). Computers will now start the rollout of Windows 10 version 1803. This will mean multiple update attempts & popups for some users.This update is between 3GB & 4.7GB depending on your system, so if you’re on a metered or mobile connection you may need to source an alternative place to do the install.It’s also important to note that not all computers will be eligible for the update immediately. Microsoft will only roll the update to computers known to work with it....