👍 #917 - What Happens at Windows 10 End of Support?
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Windows 10 RIP
No, not for another two years at least, but still, people are asking the question: what happens? Will I be forced to upgrade? Will it stop working? Will I face an avalanche of malware?
No, no, and probably not.
More details in this week's featured article: What Happens at Windows 10 End of Support?
Also this week:
- Unavailable posts on Facebook.
- Password autofill that doesn't.
- Recovering Wi-Fi passwords.
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Gary and I talked a little about Telegram (and how I'm on it), but spend most of our time discussing the latest round of announcements from Apple. That and our usual discussion of what we found cool this week.
Thanks, as always, for being here.
What Happens at Windows 10 End of Support?
More correctly, what doesn't happen?
The end of support for Windows 10 means Microsoft will no longer issue security updates. Here's how to continue using it safely.
Also This Week on Ask Leo!
Why Does My Facebook Post Show as "Unavailable" to Some People?
|Sharing posts you find on Facebook often results in an "unavailable" message. That's Facebook respecting privacy settings.|
What If Password Autofill Won't Work?
|Password vaults are sometimes unable to auto-fill fields. There are several ways to work around this.|
How to Recover a Wi-Fi Password in Windows 10 and 11
|If you forget your Wi-Fi password Windows may be able to remind you what it is.|
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How to Recover a Wi-Fi Password in Windows 10 and 11If you forget your Wi-Fi password but you're still connected, Windows can remind you what it is.
What If Password Autofill Won't Work?Password vaults are sometimes unable to auto-fill fields. There are several ways to work around this.
What Happens at Windows 10 End of Support?The end of support for Windows 10 means Microsoft will no longer issue security updates. Here's how to continue using it safely.
Why Does My Facebook Post Show as "Unavailable" to Some People?Sharing posts you find on Facebook often show as an "unavailable" message. That's Facebook respecting privacy settings.
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