Posted November 05, 2018 11:06:40If you’ve been a Windows user since the days of Windows 95 and Windows 98, you’ve probably been aware of the fact that the Windows desktop is now a lot more complex than it was in the days when the OS was still running on the Windows 3.1 era.
For the most part, this is a good thing.
Windows 95 was not the most powerful operating system, but it was still very user-friendly.
Windows 95’s built-in keyboard shortcuts and the fact it ran natively on a 64-bit OS, combined with its powerful file transfer capabilities, made it easy to get started with.
Windows 2000’s desktop was also very user friendly, with its Windows 7 user interface and easy to use mouse and keyboard controls, but for the most of us, Windows 2000 felt like it was built to be run in the comfort of your home.
With the arrival of Windows 10, Windows 10 became a much more complex OS.
Windows 10’s new Windows Hello feature is an impressive step forward in the OS’ usability, but Windows 10 is still not quite ready to become the OS that people used to know and love.
The latest news is that the LogiBlox webcam app has crashed on the desktop of Windows 8.1, meaning you can no longer connect to your Logitech camera and see what you’re seeing on your screen.
While the app has been around since the release of Windows 7, the problem has been plaguing Windows 10 users since late 2017.
The issue is related to Logitech’s Windows 10 Mobile app, which is available for Windows 10 PCs and tablets.
While this issue may seem minor, Logitech has made a number of changes to the Windows 10 app to fix the problem.
These include: A bug that caused the app to crash when you tried to log into it from the Start screen and that could cause other applications to crashThe bug that prevented users from connecting to the camera via the Start menu.
Windows 10 users should expect to see the same problems when trying to connect to the webcam, which means that you may want to install the Windows Update for Logitech.