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What to expect from NVMe on modern PCs

Non-volatile memory express outperforms SATA at almost every turn, but IT should remember that NVMe does not always work well with older hardware.


PowerShell 5.0 simplifies interaction with clipboard

The new version of PowerShell in Windows 10 makes it easier than ever to interact with the clipboard using a few simple commands.


Five reasons Windows 10 adoption is worth considering

A Windows 10 upgrade is not without potential pitfalls, but security enhancements, general improvements and new features such as Continuum make the move worthwhile.


What happened to Safe Mode in Windows 10?

Booting to Safe Mode isn't the same process in Windows 10 as it was in older versions of the operating system.

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