About AnandKhanse@TWC

Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. He enjoys following and reporting Microsoft news and developments in the world of Personal Computing & Social Media.

MSRT will now detect and removes browser modifier malware – Soctuseer

MSRT November 201 update (Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool) now brings help for Soctuseer victims in this month’s release. MSRT now removes the annoying Soctuseer installations and reverses the system modifications with the help of new detections. Microsoft now adds […]


Microsoft to end support for Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit

Microsoft is moving beyond the realm of a software that they launched 7 years ago – Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET). The company today announced that EMET was a path-breaking software in the early days but had been too slow […]

Every Service on Windows 10 to get its own svchost.exe process

In the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14942, it was noticed that Microsoft had brought out some exciting new features including the introduction of a unique svchost.exe for each of the default pre-installed Windows Service on PCs with more than […]


Microsoft warns of fake Microsoft Security Essentials installer

Protecting your computer from malware has become a major hassle these days, with almost every software having malware-filled clones in the market. But, the irony here is that we now have a fake Microsoft Security Essentials Installer, which is essentially […]


Microsoft First League Program for Microsoft fans launched

A new fan program for Microsoft enthusiasts has surfaced. Microsoft has been working on a program called First League. This is a program for Microsoft fans who love the brand. If you’re a person with a lot of love for […]

Changing browser experience

Microsoft Ignite 2016: What to expect at the event

If you are a Microsoft enthusiast or follower, you probably don’t need any introduction to Microsoft Ignite, the annual event that covers all the enterprise-based hardware and software launched by Microsoft. While it may show its prowess on the consumer […]

Microsoft introduces new tools to push Windows 10 Deployment in Business

In its renewed attempt to drive Windows 10 adoption further, Microsoft has introduced new tools to push Windows 10 deployment in Business. The tools are designed to help enterprises upgrade their systems to the latest and most secure version of […]

Microsoft Azure Interview Questions eBook

Microsoft Azure Interview Questions eBook released by Microsoft MVPs

Currently, on the Internet, there are a lot of documentation, videos and other learning material available on Microsoft Azure. However, for developers and entry-level professionals, there is not much guidance available in one place which can be useful for them […]

Malware writer renames Ransomware after a security researcher

In an attempt to ruin the reputation of Fabian Wosar – the man who bears the reputation as a Ransomware decrypter, Apocalypse malware writers have renamed their ransomware after this Emsisoft security researcher as Fabiansomware. Malware writer renames its Ransomware […]


Kaspersky NoRansom page lists Ransomware Decryption Tools

Ransomware remains as one of the most brutal infection among the malware family that locks your computer or encrypts your files. What more, once infected you cannot get your data back unless you pay a ransom. Even if you decide […]

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.2

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.2 supports Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Ultimate Windows Tweaker 4.2 has been released with several new tweaks and will support Windows 10 Anniversary Update v1607. Not only does the tool offer more than 200 tweaks, it even lets you create a system restore point, run System […]

no more ransom

NoMoreRansom.org launched to help Ransomware victims

A new web portal NoMoreRansom.org will now help you removing the ransomware without paying off your hard earned money to the attackers. EUROPOL, Kaspersky, Intel, Netherland Police have come together to form a No More Ransom initiative. NoMoreRansom.org will help […]


Windows Insider MVP Program launched by Microsoft

Microsoft has announced the launch of its new Windows Insider MVP Program. There was a significant restructuring for the Microsoft MVP Program announced earlier, where it was stated that the existing Microsoft MVP Program would be focused on Developers and […]

How to stay safe from ransomware

Microsoft participates in Swiss Government’s Ransomware Info Day

The Swiss Government observed a Ransomware Info Day today, on May 19th, 2016. This is an initiative by the Swiss Internet Security Alliance to increase awareness regarding ransomware and help people protecting themselves from it. Microsoft Malware Protection Center (MMPC) […]

QR Codes on Blue Screens

Windows 10 to display QR Codes on Blue Screens

Looks like things are going to get better with the Blue Screen of Death. It seems that Microsoft has decided to display a QR Code along with the Stop Error or Blue Screen in Windows 10. QR Codes on Blue […]

Watch the Live Broadcast of Microsoft Build 2016 here with us

If you have been unable to attend the Microsoft Build 2016 Conference, you can watch the live streaming of the event here with us. Microsoft Build is an annual conference event held by Microsoft for Developers. And this year its […]

System Center Management Pack Windows 10

System Center Management Pack for Windows 10 released

Just in case you missed it, Microsoft has released the System Center Management Pack for Windows 10 Client Operating System and it is now available for download. System Center Management Pack for Windows 10 The Windows 10 Monitoring Management Pack […]

Microsoft sends a Get Windows 10 notifier in Internet Explorer security patch

After being in the news for deciding to make Windows 10 Upgrade as a Recommended Update recently, Microsoft now is sending a ‘Get Windows 10’ ad notification concealed under its latest security patch. This month’s security patch reportedly contains a Windows […]

Surface Pro 4 is now available in India

After 4 months of its release in the US, the 2-in-1 convertible tablet Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in finally available in India. Post its launch last year; this hybrid device has sparked off a race among PC makers to introduce […]

MVP Mentor Program

Microsoft announces the retirement of MVP Mentor Program

Microsoft has now decided to discontinue the MVP Mentor program, that helped connect students with Microsoft MVPs.  The MVP Mentor Program was a relatively new program from Microsoft that helped connect students who want to learn more about Microsoft technologies […]

Microsoft reportedly recalling Surface tablets power cords

Just months after releasing the Surface tablets Microsoft seems to have hit a small niggle. As reported by a vendor Microsoft is actually replacing thousands of power cords for earlier models of the Surface range as it believes that the […]

Microsoft pledges $1Bn for developing Public Cloud for common good

Microsoft has yet again announced an initiative for the common good. Microsoft Philanthropies will be donating $1 Billion in cloud computing resources over the across 3 years in order to help 70,000 non-profits and NGO’s worldwide. Microsoft Philanthropies to donate […]

Internet Explorer 10 users need to move to another browser right away

Microsoft announced that it would be discontinuing support for Internet Explorer 10/9/8. What this means to you as users, is that you would not be treated to any kind of bug fixes or offered security updates, even if there exists […]

Microsoft halts Security Updates for Windows 8

Microsoft wants all Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 users to upgrade to Windows 10. To achieve this objective, not only have they adopted an aggressive notifications system, they also have carried out an e-mail campaign highlighting the features […]