For some reason Windows Installer puts the WinRE partition at the head of its disk layout. We partition UEFI/GPT HDD using diskpart to put it at the end, where it belongs.
As consumer-focused public app stores become more secure and easier to use, they could become viable enterprise tools. This month's Deep Dive article explores the pros and cons of enterprise app ...
Recent gotchas, three failed installs and a wounded clean install leave me pondering Build 16215 plus good backup.
The free Windows utility DMT helps manage multiple monitors easily and effectively, and lets users decide where and on which screen applications launch.
A useful and informative disk utility named TreeSize shows oft-missing Win10 disk details. Check it out!
When I saw my Surface Pro 3 got firmware updates a month ahead of general release I was puzzled. Then I remembered that PC is on the "Release Preview" update cycle.
An accidental release of Build 16212 turns up compelling evidence of more Win10 versions possibly in the offing for the next major release.
IT can control any enterprise device from one main console with unified endpoint management. This option has become grown appealing to businesses using Windows 10. In a session at the Boston VMware ...
Even though the File - Open menu entry is MIA, turns out there are plenty of ways to access HTML files using Edge in Windows 10.
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!