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Enterprise Application NewsNov 13, 2018
Microsoft takes second swing at Windows 10 1809, re-issues troubled upgrade
After a 38-day delay, Microsoft today re-released its fall operating system feature upgrade, the Windows 10 October 2018 Update.

The more-than-a-month delay had no precedent in Windows 10, something Microsoft acknowledged. And it lasted significantly longer than instances in earlier editions when updates, security fixes for the most part, had to be pulled and then later re-released.

[ Further reading: How to handle Windows 10 updates ] "Based on (telemetry) data, today we are beginning the re-release of the October Update by making it available via media and to advanced users who seek to manually check for updates," John Cable, director of program management in the Windows servicing and delivery team, wrote in a post to a company blog.

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KiplingerNov 05, 2018
Election Day 2018: 18 States With Tax Proposals on the Ballot
Ballot initiatives are one of the purest forms of democracy. Citizens vote directly on matters important to them, bypassing the normal (and often messy) lawmaking process.

On November 6, voters in 18 states will have their say on a wide variety of proposed tax law changes. Will Colorado ditch its flat income tax rate? Do Washington voters want a carbon tax? Will feminine hygiene products be taxed in Nevada? A resident's overall state tax bill could go up or down by hundreds, maybe even thousands, of dollars each year depending on how voters respond to these questions.

If your state isn't holding a tax referendum this year, you should still pay attention to these proposals. You may see similar tax measures on your next ballot because states (especially neighboring ones) often mimic successful tax policies. But remember, just because voters approve something doesn't mean it's going to happen. Sometimes that's because the measure is simply meant to be advisory; sometimes it's because state legislators or executives don't agree.

The states with statewide, tax-related ballot measures are listed here alphabetically. Take a look.

SEE ALSO: All 50 States Ranked for Taxes

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