Nyt app not updating
Microsoft still doesn't seem to understand smooth integration / implementation, and has some serious issues with abandoning accepted standards (POP3!!!!!!!!!!! In the App Store, I had six apps that said they had updates available. My system date is correct, time is correct, everything else is just fine. Is the updater bogging down as X number of people attempt to update the same apps at the same time? green dots are flying across the top of the screen, but nothing appears to be updating.Microsoft also notes that if it has been less than 31 days since you upgraded your PC to Windows 10 in the first place, you will not see November Update immediately because the system gives you a month to decide if you want to abandon Windows 10 altogether to return to your previous version of the system. You can switch off the feature from either your desktop browser or the Google Calendar app on your mobile device, but Google warns that doing so removes all the past events added from Gmail.
You can tell if your computer has the update installed by going to the Start menu to Settings, then System and About; if Windows 10 Version 1511 is listed, you have November Update running. Gmail’s efforts to be helpful by adding events it gleans from your inbox (like flight information, meetings and confirmed dinner dates) is an attempt to save you time, but you do have the power to decline the unsolicited assistance.According to reports from users, the Windows 10 November Update has not been entirely trouble-free.Issues have included the update stalling when the installation progress hits the 44 percent mark; a post on a Microsoft forum suggests removing any installed Secure Digital memory cards as a workaround.Earlier this week the New York times officially ended support for their Windows 8 and Windows 10 apps.While the end of support on Windows may have come as a surprise, The New York Times hasn’t only focused on Windows, and has now also officially shuttered the NY Times Now app for Android and i OS.