Fixing Windows 10 glitches
The latest version of the Windows operating system, Windows
10 is now available to the users in over 190 countries. This version promises
to be way better than any of the previous versions and especially Windows 8 which
was a disaster for Microsoft. Windows 10, as claimed by Microsoft will be the
last version of the Windows and the users in future will receive updates for
their operating system. Earlier Microsoft would release a new version of the
Windows every 3 to 4 years; but Windows 10, as claimed by the company will be
the last one.

Microsoft is providing free updates to Windows 10 for
Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users. These users can upgrade their OS
anytime during the next one year. So far those who have used Windows 10 are
happy with it and have generally reported a good performance. Microsoft
released the beta version last year and since then beta testers reported bugs
that were fixed by Microsoft.

Despite this, there a few glitches in Windows 10. For one,
it in some cases rejects third party drivers and automatically updates drivers
that are already installed. This is creating problems to some extent. The
possible solution to this is to allow Windows 10 to update or replace the
drivers with other compatible drivers. Another option is to wait for a couple
of months before you upgrade to Windows 10 so that Microsoft can rectify this
Another chink in the armour for Windows 10 is the sharing of
the encrypted Wi Fi passwords over social media sites such as Facebook, Skype
and Outlook. To avoid this, users can go to Wi Fi settings and then to Network
settings and check off all the boxes under this setting. This will disallow any
access to password sharing.