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Rollback to Previous Version of Windows Without Losing Data

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Uninstall Windows 10 Version 1607 Without Losing Data!! There was a lot of hype and expectations from Windows 10 Anniversary Update before its release. And user’s particularly hoping that this time they do not to face any issues as what they did when November Update was released. Obviously, Microsoft too didn’t want any backlashes and was confident that the Anniversary Update will bring cheer on user’s face as they worked along with the feedback from Insider’s Program. And then arrives the big release – The Anniversary Update, which was available for its 350 million devices on 2 August not for

Reviewed: System Freeze After Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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Freeze!! What are all the possible connotations that cross your mind when you hear this word? Stuck up? Glued? Fixed? Unmovable? Ir-responsive? Well, this is exactly what happened to most people after updating their systems; courtesy: Windows 10 Anniversary update. Now, Microsoft has received a considerable number of complaints about Windows 10 freezing after its loyal users went ahead with the Anniversary Update.  It is reported that the Operating system is being loaded in the SSD i.e. Solid State Drive while the other applications and important Data is being stored in any other Drive. Another drawback that comes with this

Should You Worry About Data Loss After Windows 10 Major Updates?

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After Windows 8 failed to strike, Microsoft gave it all to Windows 10. From launching to rolling out the updates, it made sure to get itself back on course. Windows 10 Version 1607 is second big update since the launch. Last November update was a success except some unpleasant events. But What about the new Anniversary update? According to latest data, more than 350 million Windows 10 fans are looking for the Anniversary updates. So every little thing counts – – including setting up the update without any loss. Like we’ve seen during November update that not all software updates

The Curious Case of Windows 10 Anniversary update

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And it continues… The woes of Anniversary update are growing and solutions remain difficult to track down. August 2nd, Microsoft rolled out Anniversary Update to celebrate twelve months of Windows 10 release. With this update came loads of new features, enhancements and innovations to its 350 million active devices worldwide. Soon after Anniversary update roll out, complaints like freezing of PC, BSoD and other issues started flooding on various blogs and forums. Since a huge number of computers needs to get the update, Microsoft decided to roll it out gradually, so not everyone is going to get the Anniversary Update

Don’t Wait For Windows 10 Anniversary update, Get it now Manually

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With Windows 10 version 1607, also known as Anniversary update, Microsoft brings some exciting features to its users. This is the only 2nd major update in Windows 10 category and Microsoft has put it all. From significant changes in Start Menu, Cortana, Windows Ink’s pen support & more, you’ll get a lot. Here’s a brief on some of the new features: Windows Ink – To write notes, digital music, sketch, mathematical equations and more. It works even better with stylus. Cortana – Personal Digital Assistant, can be accessed without unlocking your system or device to play music or ask questions.

Windows Anniversary Update: Commonly Asked Questions

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update – so far, the biggest update to Windows 10 is ready to unveil within hours. This isn’t any surprise that the arrival of this event is associated with Windows 10’s first birthday celebrations.  Recently only Microsoft has officially closed down free upgrade to Windows 10. Let me assume you don’t have a confusion between these “upgrade” and “update” wordings, as many of you might be probably upgraded to Windows 10 from any previous version and, still using Windows 10 “Automatic Upgrade”. But certainly, there’ll be users who are still having doubts related to this Anniversary Update.

Party Over! No More Free Upgrade to Windows 10 After July 29 

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Folks, the party is over! No more Windows 10 free upgrades after July 29.   It was on July 29 last year – Windows 10 became publically available. Now, exactly after a year, Microsoft is pulling back its free upgrade offer on Windows 10. Today is the last day to use free upgrade option to Windows 10 from your Windows 7 or 8.1 machines. Didn’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet? No worry, you have still few hours left to get Windows 10 free upgrade. Or if you’re sick of Microsoft upgrading messages and happy with the current version you’ve, then let

How to Make Use of Wasted Space using Windows 10 Disk Management

Due to improper partitioning or some other reasons, valuable hard disk space can become unallocated on your Windows 10 PC. You can’t use such a disk space unless or until  it is allocated into a simple volume. This unallocated space will lie on partitions hidden by default. Let’s try to find out such partitions and allocate space occupied by them. How to Find Hidden Partitions on Windows 10? You can see the overall allocation of your hard disk partitions from Windows Disk Management utility. To access this utility on Windows 10, right click on Windows Start button and choose “Disk Management”.

How to Perform CHKDSK on Windows 10?

Last week, I wrote an article on how CHKDSK (Check Disk) reduces your hard disk space. Hope, you got it right that CHKDSK shows reduced space in hard disk for good. It indicates that your hard drive is failing. Today, I am going to drill down a bit more and will tell  – how to perform this CHKDSK on Windows 10. You can run CHKDSK command in two ways: Through Command Prompt Through Error Checking option in Drive Tools Through Command Prompt You’ll need administrator privilege to perform CHKDSK on Windows 10 through Command Prompt. For that, type CMD on

How to Recover Older Versions of an Existing File in Windows 10?

How to recover older version of an existing file on Windows 10

Have you ever been in this situation? – you made some changes to an important Word file on your Windows 10 PC and saved that. But after some time, you wanted an earlier version of that file existed two days before. You tried to undo the changes using Ctrl + Z. Nothing happened. What can you do for getting an older version of that file? Here’s the answer. From Windows Vista, Microsoft has included a feature in file management called “Previous Versions”. You can find out this feature by right-clicking on a file.     Can you see any previous versions