It looks like Microsoft will be changing the way Windows updates are pushed out to users. The Verge has noticed that the latest leaked version of Windows 10 is letting you get updates through peer-to-peer means. This includes different updates from other computers on your network or even online.
As many of you know Microsoft ended Windows XP support last April. Using a simple registry trick you apparently can still get updates for Windows XP. The trick works because Microsoft still supports and offers updates for Windows Embedded PoSReady 2009, which is an OS based on the XP kernel, until 2019. So you can trick Windows Update into thinking that you are actually running Windows Embedded PoSReady 2009 and continue to receive updates.
Wow its 2010, not only a new year, but a new decade! As many of you know January is a crazy month for us as we headed to Vegas for CES. So most of the month we covered CES, but we did get some reviews in as well. My favorite article from CES would have to be the ASUS article, they are really going to be releasing some cool new video cards and motherboards. As far as reviews go my favorite was the CyberPower Gamer Xtreme 2000 Core i5 Gaming System. It was really fun playing games on the system while I had it.