👍 #874 – How Long Will Windows 10 Be Supported?
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With Windows 11 on deck, how long will you be able to keep using Windows 10?
It’s yet another answer that’s changed over time, often in confusing ways. Fortunately I think we have a stable answer.
How Long Will Windows 10 Be Supported? has the answers. For now.
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- Has someone used your email address as their recovery address? Some ideas why, and what to do about it.
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This Week’s Featured Article
How Long Will Windows 10 Be Supported?
The message has been both confusing and clear.
Exactly how long Windows 10 will be supported has changed since its original release. The original expectations were unrealistic at best.
Also This Week on Ask Leo!
How Do I Change My Microsoft Account Phone Number?
|Mobile numbers are an important component of Hotmail and Outlook.com security. I’ll review how to change the mobile number and keep it up to date.
Is It Safe to Use a Higher Wattage Power Supply in My Computer?
|Replacing a power supply is a common solution to some problems. Make sure you have the right wattage power supply. Bigger doesn’t hurt.
Why Would Someone Use My Email as their Recovery Email?
|It’s not uncommon to get account-recovery requests for accounts we know nothing about. Here’s why, and what to do.
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Why Is Someone Using My Email for their Recovery Email?It’s not uncommon for someone to use your email to get their account-recovery requests – for accounts we know nothing about. It happens on my email. Here’s why, and what to do.
Is It Safe to Use a Higher Wattage Power Supply in My Computer?Replacing a power supply is a common solution to some problems. Make sure you have the right wattage power supply. Bigger doesn’t hurt.
How Long Will Windows 10 Be Supported?Exactly how long Windows 10 will be supported has changed since its original release. The original expectations were unrealistic at best.
How Do I Change My Microsoft Account Phone Number?Mobile account phone numbers are an important component of Hotmail and Outlook.com security. I’ll review how to change the mobile number and keep it up to date.
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