Recent patches contained a few surprises and some significant bugs, but they were largely fixed around the end of June. The big problem is that, despite Microsoft’s assurances, Windows 10 1803 does not appear to be ready for use.
Microsoft’s patches in June had some surprising outcomes. Windows 7 PCs with older, 2002-era Pentium III machines got their patching privileges revoked without warning or explanation (and a documentation cover-up to boot), but there’s little sympathy out there for elderly PCs.
Windows 10 1803
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Fellow browser competitors Firefox and Chrome are a little upset about the prospect of being shut out in the cold by Microsoft, and Firefox maker Mozilla considers the action to be ultimately bad for customers and water on the fire of competition.
Mozilla and Google will effectively be prohibited from designing a version of their browsers to run on Windows RT machines.
Windows 8 devices, based on ARM processors, will be low-powered machines running Windows RT. As Windows RT is a brand new member of
Continue reading: Windows 8 ARM deals blow to Firefox & Chrome