If your Kindle is collecting dust somewhere, now is the time to brush it off: Older versions of the Amazon e-reader will stop being able to connect to the Internet unless their software is updated by basically right now.The update is needed for the first generation of the Kindle Paperwhite, which was released in 2012, and all of the other Kindle models that came out before it.
You can follow Amazon's instructions here to make sure it updates.
This error message will start showing up on your device: There is a work-around if you weren't able to dig out your device in time, but it's a little more labor intensive: You'll have to manually update the Kindle by downloading the software to your computer and moving it onto the device while it's connected via USB.
From Monday this week Windows 10 will automatically begin installing on many home machines running Windows 7 and 8.1.
-- Microsoft Edge: The browser will be updated to use less memory and power.
There will also be better features for people with disabilities, such as a high-contrast mode and screen readers.