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  • Windows 3.0

    Windows 3.0 was the 3rd version of Microsoft’s GUI-based operating system, released in 1990. This version of Windows was highly successful upon initial release.

  • Surface Pro 3 may leave Windows RT Surface in the dust

    Large organizations across multiple industries committed to Surface Pro 3 for their mobile workers.

  • When to buy a 2-in-1 laptop vs. a PC

    The recent spate of 2-in-1 laptops, such as the Surface Pro 3, has sparked interest among IT pros who wonder whether the devices can replace PCs.

  • Got SA? If not, expect Office 365 pricing increase

    There's no summer sale for Office 365 pricing.

    Microsoft will raise the price of Office 365 Enterprise versions by 15% in August for customers without a...

  • Save WIM file space with WIMBoot in Windows 8.1 update

    WIMBoot is a new feature, currently available only on the desktop side of Windows 8.1 Update1, that lets computers boot directly off a Windows image file, or WIM file.

    Why would you want...

  • Dell KACE K1000 v6.0 to bring enhanced systems management controls

    Dell will launch the KACE K1000 v6.0 endpoint systems management appliance in May with a sleeker look, enhanced security and IT controls.

  • Dell PCs to live on as vector for software, services

    IT shops that continue to use Dell PCs needn't worry about the longevity of Dell's computer hardware business.

    At a recent Dell analyst meeting, the private company communicated its continued focus on PCs and other hardware. Turns out,...

  • Diving into SMB 3.0's past and present

    SMB 3.0 offers advanced capabilities that improve performance, reliability and security for Windows Server data centers.

  • Mastering Windows 8 USB booting with Windows To Go

    Computing mobility has always been a challenge, obligating users to arrange multiple installations that are difficult to synchronize or carry a single system between locations. The introduction of Windows 8 Enterprise Edition offers a new option...

  • Windows 8.1 boot to desktop and other timesavers

    Windows 8.1 provides all kinds of customizable settings, letting an administrator or user fine-tune the operating system for a high level of productivity. Let's look at some settings such as Windows 8.1 boot to desktop that can save users...

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