1. Microsoft Annoying Process of Windows 7/8.1 Updates
Microsoft has recently declared the procedure of ‘how updates are managed on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1’. If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, then you must have gone through the irritating process of updating the OS regarding latest versions. You may find the message on your screen: ‘Please do not unplug or power off your computer system. Installing updated 2 of 504.’ Due to this message, many Microsoft Windows users have got very frustrated. But, now Windows users don’t need to worry at all because Microsoft is introducing a simpler way to update Windows 7 and Windows 8.1. All the recent updates for Windows 7 can now be easily downloaded from a storage place. The catalog of updates for Windows 7 consists of all the Windows security and non-security fixes. Find a simpler way to get updates for Windows 7 or 8.1; visit Windows support page or dial Windows support phone number to get help from certified technicians. Read more at http://windows10support.tumblr.com/post/144994028834/888-606-4841-microsoft-annoying-process-of-windows
2. Microsoft Edge and IE 11 RC4 Cipher Support Ends by Microsoft
Microsoft recently announced their decision to end support for a RC4 cipher in Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11. As all of us know a cumulative upgrade is due this year and Microsoft has clearly indicated that this update will come with the RC4 cipher and will be disabled by and it will not be used in TLS fall-back conciliations.
What is RC4?
Before going ahead with the article, you should know what RC4 is? RC4 is a stream cipher which is been widely supported across web browsers services. Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer 11 only utilize RC4 during a fallback from TLS 1.2 or 1.1 to TLS 1.0. Read more at https://windows10upgradehelp.wordpress.com/2016/05/27/888-606-4841-microsoft-edge-and-ie-11-rc4-cipher-support-ends-by-microsoft/
3. Learn How to Use Narrator Features in Windows 10
With an aim of improving accessibility across its services, products, and websites, Microsoft has recently revealed the future functionality improvements to Narrator in Windows 10. The Windows OS includes several accessibility features that make using Microsoft Windows 10 operating system easier, for people with age-related or other health disabilities. The Narrator is one of the built-in tools in Windows 10 which you can use to read text aloud.
Here are the new features of Narrator
There are numerous new features of Narrator Icon which Microsoft has introduced in the build 14328 or newer. If you want to help Microsoft, send it your feedback via Narrator’s own feedback command by pressing CAPS LOCK+E twice to enter comments about your experience. Read more at http://windows-support.windowshelp.support/windows-10-narrator-has-now-tons-of-features/