Windows 10’s October Update (Redstone 5) Will Be Released on October 2nd

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We’ve known for a while that the latest update for Windows 10, codenamed “Redstone 5”, was going to be released in October, but now we have a nearly confirmed date: October 2nd, 2018, the same day that Microsoft is holding an event to talk about their new Surface products.

https://www.howtogeek.com/fyi/windows-10s-october-update-redstone-5-will-be-released-on-october-2nd/

Sony finally gives in, flips the switch on Fortnite cross-play

For months now, Fortnite players have been lamenting a restrictive Sony policy that locked Epic accounts to the PS4. While those Epic accounts could be used on other platforms like PC and mobile, they notably couldn’t be used on other consoles like Nintendo Switch and Xbox One. This, of course, also meant that there wasn’t any cross-play between players PS4 … Continue reading

https://www.slashgear.com/fortnite-ps4-cross-play-beta-xbox-one-switch-26547556/

How to Generate a Wi-Fi History or WLAN Report in Windows 10

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Windows 10 includes a pretty neat feature that automatically generates a detailed report of all your wireless network connection history. The report includes details about networks to which you’ve connected, session duration, errors, network adapters, and even displays the output from a few Command Prompt commands.

https://www.howtogeek.com/367100/how-to-generate-a-wifi-history-or-wlan-report-in-windows-10/

How to Use Multiple Monitors in Windows 10

multiple-monitors-windows-featured.jpgThese days it’s almost impossible to be productive on a single monitor. With multiple tabs, windows, and applications all running at once, you’ll want the most screen real estate possible, which is where using multiple monitors comes into play. Hardware Checks To start using multiple monitors on your Windows 10 machine, you’ll need to start by verifying that you actually have the hardware capable of supporting it. Every monitor you add to the equation effectively doubles the amount of graphical output your PC needs to handle, so we recommend using a rig that has an independent graphics card or at the very least a native… Read more

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https://www.maketecheasier.com/use-multiple-monitors-windows10/