Windows XP support ends on April 8, 2014, and businesses that haven't upgraded should follow best practices to move ahead with a Windows XP migration. News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
A few years ago, I worked on a project that investigated more than 10,000 computers that had been made into a botnet because of a targeted malware attack. Weak security practices, such as no vulnerability testing and an overreliance on... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
What are the best BitLocker alternatives?
BitLocker Drive Encryption is the full-disk encryption system that Microsoft has provided in recent versions of Windows. Windows 8 BitLocker allows for recovery of encrypted system and... Answer | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
The Web browser wars of the past are over. There's a good chance that your enterprise has standardized on Microsoft Internet Explorer. Even with its incompatibilities and nuances, Internet Explorer is highly manageable. Group Policy Objects... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
When it comes to corporate desktop management, administrators typically rely on utilities such as Microsoft's System Center line of products. However, many common Windows desktop manager functions can be performed from the command line without... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Windows laptops are still the main computing device in the enterprise, despite the consumerization of IT. That means choosing the right machine for your end users remains an important decision.
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I have a notebook that came preinstalled with an application updater that updates the software and drivers on the notebook. Can I ignore this app and just download my own updates?
In theory, you can. There's nothing much stopping... Answer | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
It's surprising how often you find yourself copying files around on any given system. New disks replace old ones, solid-state disks eclipse spinning platters, or a network-attached drive obviates the need for a local one. Whatever the reason, at... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Windows Explorer is both one of the most useful and one of the most constrained parts of Windows. For people who use the Windows feature only occasionally the constraints are a little less obvious, but the more you have to deal with multiple... Tip | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com
Microsoft wants to migrate Windows XP businesses' customers to newer operating systems and is pushing that agenda with an internal program aptly dubbed Project XP.
However, vendors such as Google Inc. and Mozilla Corp. are undermining... News | SearchEnterpriseDesktop.com