Bookmark this page -- we'll be providing links to all of our Windows 10 Anniversary Update coverage here so you can find everything you need to know about the most recent iteration of the Windows operating system. We'll be updating this page with fresh coverage.

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Quick Tip: Clearing Browser Cache and Using Back Button Browsing History in Microsoft Edge — We have already told you about using the Paste and Go & Paste and Search features plus How to Customize Favorites Bar and Pin Tabs and today we want to make sure you know about two other options for your browsing in Microsoft Edge.

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Quick Tip: How To Customize Mobile Notifications on Your Desktop — This new capability between Cortana and the updated Action Center in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update now pushes notifications from your mobile device running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

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Quick Tip: How to Use Paste and Go & Paste and Search in Microsoft Edge — It is also nice to see a few smaller tweaks make it into the browser that are not earth shattering in their complexity but add a little convenience to the experience. Here's how to use them.

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Quick Tip: How to Customize Favorites Bar and Pin Tabs in Microsoft Edge — Two other tweaks for customization that are included in the latest version of Microsoft Edge include the ability to pin tabs so they are persistent between browser sessions and the option to display favorites in your Favorites Bar by just showing their favicon instead of an icon and the shortcuts name/title.

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The Top 5 Microsoft Edge Extensions for Windows 10 Anniversary Update — There are only 13 extensions initially available for Microsoft Edge in the recent release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and these are my top five overall.

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Quick Tip: How To Pick Default Storage Locations in Windows 10 Anniversary Update — You can select the default locations for many of the data types that you manage on your Windows 10 system.

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Use Windows 10 Anniversary’s Connect App to Cast Your Smartphone Screen to Your PC — Windows 10 Anniversary's Connect app allows smartphone users to mirror their screens to a laptop or PC.

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How To: Prepare for Redstone 2 Builds as a Windows Insider — After upgrading all of your devices to the official release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update it is now time to make sure your testing machines are ready to receive the first Redstone 2 build when it is released by Microsoft.

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Privacy Settings in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Although the privacy aspect of Windows 10 has been under attack since the early days of the operating system that is in fact the one area of the OS with the most extensive and granular level of control compared to any other aspect of the operating system.

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Hands on with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update Refresh Windows Tool — The Refresh Windows Tools is a recovery option in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update that gives you a clean start on your system and eliminates any bloatware that may have been installed by the OEM.

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Cortana Across Devices in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Cortana has officially found herself on another Microsoft platform as the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and the Xbox One Summer Update both get released.

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Accessibility in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — The Windows 10 Anniversary Update contains a lot of enhancements and included in that set of features are new accessibility tools and updates.

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Microsoft Shortens Recovery Rollback Period to 10 Days in Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Microsoft has adjusted the amount of time you have to roll back to your previous operating system build after an upgrade on Windows 10.

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Start Your Windows 10 Anniversary Update Customizations Here — Windows 10 provides users the ability to highly customize the operating system to their own personal preferences for appearance and functionality. Here are some tips to get you started.

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How To: Activate Limited Periodic Scanning in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Even if you use a third party anti-virus/malware solution, Microsoft can use the same tools they use to scan more than 500 million Windows devices each month to give you another level of protection in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

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How To: Use the Windows 10 Update Assistant to Install the Anniversary Update — Although Windows Update is the easiest method for getting the Windows 10 Anniversary Update you still may have to wait while the update continues to roll out to more than 350 million devices around the world. The Windows 10 Update Assistant gives you head of the line privileges to the latest update.

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Video: Windows 10 Anniversary Update Walkthrough — This video will highlight some key updates you will find as you upgrade and use the new Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

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How To: Download the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Whether you want keep a back up copy handy or need to install the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, you can quickly grab an ISO image of the upgrade now.

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Begins Official Roll Out  — After 8 months of testing and 50 builds, Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary Update is now available to the general public.

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Quick Tip: Locate Action Center & Windows Ink Icons in Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Microsoft changed two key things about the Taskbar and System Tray for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update as it relates to the Action Center and Windows Ink Workspace.

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Quick Tip: How to Complete Upgrades Without Logging in on Windows 10 Anniversary Update — If you have ever upgraded Windows 10 in the past to a new major update then you know after your system reboots following the install process there are still items to be updated after you log back into the system after the upgrade. This new setting in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update deals with that delay.

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Quick Tip: How to use Windows Defender Offline in Windows 10 Anniversary Update — There is now an option in the latest update to Windows 10 which allows you to scan your system when it restarts to help remove some malicious software.

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Quick Tip: How to Turn on Dark App Mode (Theme) in Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Microsoft has included a new Dark App Mode that will display your first party apps and system pages in a dark theme instead of the default white color.

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Windows Store in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — One goal Microsoft had in developing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update was to build a centralized Windows Store that would be accessible on all Windows 10 platforms.

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Quick Tip: How To Disable Cortana in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Cortana does not have an On/Off switch in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update but you can disable her tracking features by signing out of your Microsoft Account in Cortana's Notebook.

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Windows Update Active Hours in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — For consumers, updates for Windows 10 are automatically installed however, Microsoft has returned some control of that process through a new feature called Active Hours. This option allows you to indicate the typical hours your system is in use so they are free from update installs during that period of time.

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Gallery: Action Center, Toolbar and Chaseable Live Tiles in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — The Action Center, where you receive system notifications, has been overhauled. The improvements and tweaks are numerous, but this gallery will give you a closer look at what to expect from the Action Center, Taskbar and chaseable Live Tiles once you are up and running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.

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The Windows 10 Anniversary Update for IT Pros — Next week Microsoft will release the second major update for Windows 10 and there are some updates in this release to consider if you are an IT Pro and considering a migration to Microsoft's year old operating system.

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Gallery: Windows Ink Workspace in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Inking on Windows 10 has a brand new base of operations in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update and it is called Windows Ink Workspace. Check out how it works.
 

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Gallery: Windows Ink Compatible Apps for the Windows 10 Anniversary Update — Microsoft is curating an entire Windows Store front to highlight some of Ink-compatible apps. We picked our favorites to get you started with Windows Inking.

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Review: The Windows 10 Anniversary Update -- There are three major areas Microsoft is touting for the Windows 10 Anniversary update: Windows Ink Workspace, Security, and Cortana. We walk you through each of those features and why they're big deals.
 

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Gallery: Windows 10 Anniversary Update Review Images -- This gallery provides screenshots to augment and expand on our Windows 10 Anniversary Edition review.
 

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Why make the Switch to Windows 10? We Give You Five Good Reasons -- If you've been waiting to upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.1 to Windows 10, we've got five compelling reasons why now is the time to make your move.

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Windows 10 At One Year: A Look at Windows As A Service — Windows as a Service (WaaS) was a phrase that was foreign to many of us prior to Windows 10. How has it worked out for users in the year since it's been implemented?

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