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Windows Updates - Did You Know?
On the second Tuesday of each month, Microsoft releases security-related updates for Windows, Office, and related products. It's imperative to keep up on these updates as they ensure your computer is safe, but also that the programs you have installed, like Boulevard, run correctly.
The fourth Tuesday of each month is reserved for updates that aren't related to security, but still may be helpful to install if you're having issues with your computer (and even sometimes Boulevard).
To ensure you have all of your Windows updates installed follow the steps below for your operating system.
Click Check for Updates or select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update, and then select Check for updates.
Open Windows Update by swiping in from the right edge of the screen (or, if you're using a mouse, pointing to the lower-right corner of the screen and moving the mouse pointer up), select Settings > Change PC settings > Update and recovery > Windows Update. To check for updates manually, select Check now.
See Update Windows on Microsoft's website for further help on checking for Windows updates.
Windows 10 Running Slow? Try these:
- Update Windows 10
- Disk cleanup in Windows 10
- Free up drive space in Windows 10
- Change which apps run automatically at startup in Windows 10
Miscellaneous Windows Help:
- Find my downloads in Windows 10
- Show hidden files and folders in Windows
- Change default programs in Windows 10
- Windows Snipping Tool (to take screenshots)
- Windows Keyboard Shortcuts
- Clipboard in Windows 10
- Install a printer in Windows 10
- Fix printer connection and printing problems in Windows 10
- Administrator permission issues in Windows 10
- Troubleshoot problems signing in
- Change the size of text in Windows 10
- Use Magnifier to make things on the screen easier to see
- Create a desktop shortcut
- Pin apps and folders to the desktop or taskbar
- Repair apps and programs in Windows 10
- Uninstall or remove apps and programs in Windows 10
- Switching out of S mode in Windows
- Sync Files with OneDrive in Windows
- "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file" error
Visit the Microsoft Support website to find solutions and receive additional Help with Windows.