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For four months I thought I was fighting a Hyper-V vSwitch set-up snafu. But the joke's on me: I was actually fighting my own mistake!
Unlike other hidden system folders, it's easy to bid $SysReset goodbye in Windows 10. A simple right-click delete does the trick.
An odd and interesting error with version identification for UUP caused problems, but KB4016871 Fixes Spurious Win10 DISM Issue.
When I confirm that an upgrade indeed installs a whole new slate of device drivers, I decide to manage Win10 Drivers using DISM at the command line.
Turns out there's an excellent reason why current MS Drivers show Vista 2006 date. That's how MS avoids conflicts with mfgr or OEM drivers.
In the wake of the accidental repartitioning and formatting of a vital data drive, I learn that MiniTool Power Data Recovery rocks!
If you take a mobile PC on the road with you, be it laptop, notebook or tablet, it's a good idea to clean up old wireless profiles every now and then.
Security researchers have discovered that an Intel AMT exploit needs attention for Intel PCs running firmware versions 6.x through 10.x, plus 11.0, 11.5 and 11.6.
Applications are the key to end-user computing, but they haven't always been the industry's focus. Security fears around BYOD and the consumerization of IT put the spotlight on mobile device ...
Recent Builds numbered 15063 or later can show savvy users what Insider Win10 UWP File Explorer looks like, for those willing to create a desktop shortcut.
A locked-up install sends me searching for solutions, but it turns out that the best way to fix CCleaner install hang is simple and easy.
Troubleshooting Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) issues can be vexing, but a couple of useful references can help provide useful fixes.
Working through the process step-by-step, I observe that a new Insider Preview clean install confers insights worth noting and sharing.
When faced with frequent upgrades trashing a dual-boot setup, I learn that my balky Mobo caused Insider boot woes by replacing it with a new one.
As President Donald Trump's administration considers changes to tax, healthcare and immigration laws, large technology companies are primed to feel some of the biggest effects. The CEO of one such ...