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Major Windows 10 update nears as Microsoft stops adding features

Microsoft is hurtling toward the consumer release of its big Windows 10 Anniversary Update with the latest beta build for its operating system. Testers are being enlisted in a "bug bash" to help find and fix issues. Read More

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