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Syskey.exe utility is no longer supported in Windows 10 RS3 and Windows Server 2016 RS3


Microsoft is dropping support for Syskey.exe utility in the upcoming major feature update aka Windows 10 RS3 and  Windows Server 2016 RS3. In case you are not aware, the Syskey utility enables adminstrators to add an extra layer of protection when encrypting sensitive OS state data, such as user account password

Microsoft Unlocks New Capabilities For Developers Targeting Windows Store

Windows Store

Microsoft is announcing new capabilities for developers targeting the Universal Windows Platform in the Windows Store. Previously available for beta testing, all accounts can now take advantage of new Windows Store capabilities like video trailers, improved Store listings, advanced sales, and other new capabilities. These features are: More ways to promote your

Windows 10 Redstone 4 is Version 1803 followed by Version 1809, reveals official documentation

With Microsoft clarifying that with Windows 10 as Service we will see a new feature update every six month, it has become easy to guess version number for upcoming Windows 10 major updates. We know that upcoming Fall Creators update aka Redstone 3 will be knows as Windows 10 Version

Microsoft working on “Reduced Bezel Display” for Mobile devices

A recent patent from Microsoft may give an insight into how it is planning to design its future Mobile devices. We have seen many smartphone makers coming with smartphones without bezels or minimum bezels. This design language is fondly known as Bezel-less design. Microsoft is also working to reduce bezels on

(KB4032188) Windows 10 Build 15063.501 may be coming soon. Changelog revealed

Windows 10

It seems Microsoft may be planning to release Windows 10 Build 15063.501 (KB4032188) as the next cumulative update for Creators update (Version 1703). Microsoft has listed this update on the Windows 10 update history page but if you click on it, you will hit a 404 page. Though we were able