Windows Enterprise Desktop

May 2019

  • Perfect Win10 Relimon Score 10 Days Straight

    Ed Tittel 20 May 2019
  • Current builds for Windows 10 1809 seem uncommonly stable. In fact, I see a perfect Win10 Relimon score 10 days straight through today, and for 21 of the past 30 days.

  • PowerShell Handles Windows 10 Restore Points

    Ed Tittel 17 May 2019
  • As I learn that PowerShell handles Windows 10 Restore Points nicely, I also observe that related cmdlets present their data in more friendly, readable form than does the VSSADMIN command. Good stuff!

  • Install KB4494441 CU Twice

    Ed Tittel 15 May 2019
  • Possibly because a new servicing stack update (SSU) is required to make it work, users must invariably install KB4494441 CU twice to get to Build 17768.503. Very interesting!

  • Examining Windows 10 ETL files

    Ed Tittel 13 May 2019
  • When examining Windows 10 ETL files, you'll see a lot of them sometimes. If they take up a lot of (or too much) disk space, it's OK to whack them. Here's how . . .

  • Nvidia Driver Update Frequency Musings

    Ed Tittel 10 May 2019
  • Checking up on the number released so far in 2019, I find myself musing that Nvidia driver update frequency is too high for those who don't need bleeding/leading-edge game tweaks.

  • Windows 10 Workaround Versus Fix

    Ed Tittel 08 May 2019
  • When I can't complete an RDP login on a Skip ahead Insider Preview PC I find myself pondering this dilemma: Windows 10 Workaround versus fix. For me, a workaround will do.

  • PowerShell Command Line Zip Handling

    Ed Tittel 06 May 2019
  • Once you learn the syntax and parameters involved, PowerShell command ine Zip handling is simple and easy, both for bundling files into archives, and unpacking archives' contents.

  • 19H1 Release Preview Bug Bites

    Ed Tittel 03 May 2019
  • You'll know when the Windows 10 19H1 Release Preview bug bites, when you see an error message from Windows Update that reads "What needs your attention. . ." Turns out removing the SD card usually ...

  • MS Valuation Hits Trillion Dollar Mark

    Ed Tittel 01 May 2019
  • On April 30, with a stock value at the market close of $130.60 per share, MS valuation hits trillion dollar mark. Now the question is: can MS stay there?

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