Windows 7 receives update KB3112343 and Windows 8.x receives update KB3112336 to enable support for additional scenarios upgrading to Windows 10. Specially, the software giant is releasing the updates to help users when they need to retry the upgrade and help the company to monitor the quality of the upgrade experience. Continuing with updates, Windows 10 version 1511 also received update KB3116908, and while the update doesn’t bring new features, it does change the build number to 10586.17, and it includes improvements to enhance the functionality of the operating system. Early this week, Microsoft rolled out a new firmware update for its Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book that finally (and hopefully) fixes the display adapter driver crashing issue. While Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals are over, the Microsoft Store continues to deliver great deals through its annual “12 Days with Deals” promotion, but you must hurry as each deal only last one day. (I’ll be updating that article with each new deal every day, so don’t forget to bookmark “12 Days with Deals” page.) On how-to, this week I added a few guides to help you remove your real name and email address from the Lock screen in Windows 10, and how you can use your Xbox One Kinect sensor to sign into Windows 10 with facial recognition using Windows Hello. Finally, it has been noted by a British independent regulatory agency that Christmas lights can affect the Wi-Fi performance in your local network, but don’t worry I also shared with you a few tips to get your wireless network under control. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.