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  • 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.

  • MCT1903 Misnomer Not Available

    Ed Tittel 14 Apr 2019
  • Though some enterprising Windows-head found a file named MediaCreationTool1903.exe, it's a MCT1903 Misnomer not available to the public just yet, as a bit of DISM inspection shows. It will be ready ...

  • Dude, Where Is My SDXC Drive?

    Ed Tittel 12 Apr 2019
  • When I lose a device after a Release Preview upgrade, I raise the question "Dude, Where is my SDXC Drive?" A quick rollback leads me to suspect a driver issue, and a follow-up report to the MS ...

  • Samsung Consumer Drivers OEM Friendly

    Ed Tittel 10 Apr 2019
  • Because my new Lenovo loaner laptops include OEM model NVMe drives, I find myself asking are Samsung consumer drivers OEM friendly? In my case, at least, the answer turns out to be "Yes!"

  • Upcoming Insider Preview Changes 2020 Release Access Methods

    Ed Tittel 08 Apr 2019
  • For the next little while, upcoming Insider Preview changes 2020 release access methods: to check the Release Preview and prep for the next 19H2 Fast Ring, go "Slow;" to get the 20H1 bits, pick ...

  • MS Backs Off Forcing Updates

    Ed Tittel 04 Apr 2019
  • In a surprising but welcome move, MS Corporate VP for Windows Mike Fortin announces that, starting with the next feature upgrade, MS backs off forcing updates on users. All I can say is: "Hooray!"