Microsoft has opened a Update History page that would have the release notes for every update released for Windows 10. Quoting the new WU history page You’ll see a summary of important product developments included in each update, with links to more details. This page will be regularly refreshed, as new updates are released.
Are you very often getting the message Windows Defender needs to scan your computer in the Action Center even though you’ve run a scan recently and updated the definitions? Also, when you open Windows Defender, it might read Potentially Unprotected and that You haven’t run a scan on your computer for a while..
The magical registry edits that I provided several years back to disable auto-arrange and full row select features in Windows 7, also work fine in Windows 10 just as they did in Windows 7. For a detailed explanation about the registry edits (fflags values), check out my earlier posts How to Disable Full Row Select in Explorer in Windows 7? and How to Disable Auto Arrange in Folders in Windows 7?. The registry edit in the latter article is even better, as it disables Auto Arrange in addition.
File History, which was added in Windows 8, 8.1 (and Windows 10) is used to backup your personal files at chosen intervals and recover a specific version of the file you want from backup. To use File History you need to select an external drive or a network location where you want to backup the files to. You can designate an external drive or network location for File History for multiple PCs. We’ll see how to configure and use File History in Windows 8 and 10 in today’s post.