BetaNews: Windows 10 still has problems with the Start menu and search even after the KB4522355 update

BetaNews: Windows 10 still has problems with the Start menu and search even after the KB4522355 update. “Last week Microsoft released KB4522355 proclaiming that it fixed issues with both the Start menu and search. Only it didn’t fix problems for everyone. Start menu problems remain, and some users are still unable to use the search facility.”

Make Tech Easier: How to Use vDOS to Run Old DOS Programs on Windows 10

Make Tech Easier: How to Use vDOS to Run Old DOS Programs on Windows 10. “If you’re feeling nostalgic for 8-bit games or need to run some old software, 32-bit Windows 10 doesn’t accommodate. Old DOS programs need a little extra to run on the newer, 64-bit version of Windows. You can use vDos to help you run old DOS software if you need to, although it isn’t a suitable option for gaming. Here’s how to use it.”

How-To Geek: Windows 10’s Phone Calls Will Support All Android 7+ Phones

How-To Geek: Windows 10’s Phone Calls Will Support All Android 7+ Phones. “If you have an Android phone, the Calls feature will let you answer phone calls on your PC, initiate phone calls from your PC, access your call history in the Your Phone app, and seamlessly transfer calls between your PC and Android phone while on a call. You can even decline a call from your PC and send a custom text message in response or just send it to voicemail.”

Neowin: Microsoft releases required security updates for all versions of Windows 10

Neowin: Microsoft releases required security updates for all versions of Windows 10. “Unlike most non-Patch Tuesday updates, these are actually mandatory. That means that your PC will install it automatically at some point. The updates are billed as security updates, fixing an issue where print jobs might fail. “

BetaNews: Another Windows 10 update is causing problems, this time with printing

BetaNews: Another Windows 10 update is causing problems, this time with printing. “There have been a series of problematic updates for Windows recently, and now yet another one has popped up, this time affecting not only Windows 10, but also Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and Windows Server. The KB4522016 cumulative update is interfering with printing.”

Ars Technica: Four wormable bugs in newer versions of Windows need your attention now

Ars Technica: Four wormable bugs in newer versions of Windows need your attention now. “Microsoft is warning of a four new Windows vulnerabilities that are “wormable,” meaning they can be exploited to spread malware from one vulnerable computer to another without any user action in much the way the self-replicating WannaCry and NotPetya outbreaks did in 2017.”