Microsoft feeds msnbc news not updating mercurial updating to public failed

19 Sep

I HAVE UNINSTALLED IT A NUMBER OF TIMES AND REINSTALLED BUT IT WILL NOT UPDATE.THIS IS A NICE FEATURE THAT SIMPLY STOPPED WORKING.This is because the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system synchronizes feeds between the Internet Explorer Web browser and Microsoft Outlook email program.To delete and block the MSNBC RSS news feeds from Microsoft Outlook, you'll need to disable synchronization in the program's Common Feed List before deleting the feed from Outlook.I'm pretty sure I would type something like this: Gadgets installed from untrusted sources can harm your computer and can access your computer's files, show you objectionable content, or change their behavior at any time.If you are concerned about the safety of gadgets you’ve downloaded in the past, you can learn more about gadgets and steps you can take to protect your PC.

Microsoft says its team was quick to revert the deployment and put blocks in place to stop these builds from going out to more people.The first is an entire "Music Marketplace" channel, which will be focused on downloadable content for rhythm games like Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and Microsoft's own Lips.The channel will also offer high-definition music videos to download onto the Zune handheld multimedia player as well as serve as the home base for recommendation-radio service Last.fm, which is owned by Game Spot parent CBS Interactive.It's currently unclear exactly how many users will have been affected by the issue although Microsoft has said that its analysis shows only a small portion of Insiders got these builds.For those who received one of these builds on your devices – Microsoft has issued the following advice."If you received this build (from RS_EDGE_CASE) on your PC: Please be aware that this build was never intended to go out to Windows Insiders and may include issues that impact usability of your PC – more so than the normal builds we give you."You can either sit tight and wait for us to publish a newer build to you or you can roll-back to the previous build via Settings Although this update has clearly caused some issues, Microsoft is warning all users to make sure their PCs are up to date.