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  • November 13, 2013 13 Nov'13

    Windows Experience Not Entirely Gone from Win8.1 -- Merely Invisible

    Woody Leonhard has been one of my ongoing sources for tips, tricks, and inside Windows (and MS Office) information for over 20 years now. That's why I was delighted to find an unusually tasty ...

  • November 11, 2013 11 Nov'13

    Say! You CAN use Gadgets in Windows 8: 8GadgetPack to the Rescue

    Thanks to old friend, occasional co-author, and MS Security MVP Deb Shinder, I'm now aware of a snazzy little utility named 8GadgetPack that restores those ever-so-handy-and-informative desktop ...

  • November 08, 2013 08 Nov'13

    Further Clarity on the UEFI-GPT Issues with Windows 8 Boot Manager

    Yesterday, I got on the phone with Jim Thomas and Anna Pankratova of Paragon Software, to dig a bit more deeply into the issues inherent in creating images for GPT boot drives on Windows 8 (and ...

  • November 07, 2013 07 Nov'13

    Microsoft's Ballmer predicts cloud computing impact on IT

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer believes the cloud is going to change the way IT professionals work – like it or not. Ballmer addressed IT professionals this week in a fireside chat session in the U.K. ...

  • November 06, 2013 06 Nov'13

    Interesting UEFI Learning Adventure with Win8

    In getting several (5) systems up and running on Windows 8 and 8.1 recently, I've had the chance to learn a great deal more recently about the way that UEFI systems work and behave, particularly ...

  • November 04, 2013 04 Nov'13

    No Jumping SIDs with "Refresh Your PC"

    I learned an interesting if somewhat painful and time-consuming lesson this weekend -- namely, the Windows 8.x "Refresh your PC" mechanism will not permit you to restore a backup from Win8.x one ...

  • November 01, 2013 01 Nov'13

    Surprisingly Strong Jump in Windows 8.1 Usage in First Month Post-Release

    Numerous outlets are reporting about Windows 8.1 usage figures online, generally based on NetMarketShare numbers (see "Windows 8.1 Market Share on Desktop" for an illustration). Baldly stated, ...

  • October 28, 2013 28 Oct'13

    Thurrott Previews the Surface Docking Station

    The much-awaited and anticipated Surface Docking Station from Microsoft gets a once-over in a recent piece from Paul Thurrot. The piece is entitled "Surface Docking Station: First Impressions and ...

  • October 28, 2013 28 Oct'13

    How Microsoft is like a Weeble

    Microsoft is like a Weeble. The company wobbles time after time but it doesn't fall down. This ability for Microsoft to bounce back up after wobbling on shaky ground this past fiscal year came to a ...

  • October 23, 2013 23 Oct'13

    Hey! Hey! My Reliability Monitor Is Back

    When I installed the Soluto startup and runtime monitoring and reporting tools on my production machine a while back, soon afterward I discovered that the Windows Reliability Monitor had quit ...

  • October 21, 2013 21 Oct'13

    Interesting Post-Win8.1 GA IE Shenanigans and Other Complaints

    I've upgraded three machines to the Windows 8.1 GA release now, including my primary production machine (I reported on an in-place upgrade on this machine from Windows 7 SP1 to Windows 8 on October ...

  • October 18, 2013 18 Oct'13

    Win8.1 Rollup Installs Quickly, Easily

    Having deliberately installed the Windows 8.1 RTM version on my primary Windows 8 test machine recently, I was naturally eager to jump all over the promised "Update Rollup" yesterday when it ...

  • October 18, 2013 18 Oct'13

    IT administrators gain more control with Windows 8.1

    Microsoft has made good on its promise to release its software at a faster cadence with the release of Windows 8.1 today with some features that may grab the attention of IT. This means you can now ...

  • October 16, 2013 16 Oct'13

    Leaving XP Behind, Climbing onto Windows 7, Just as 8.1 Looms Large

    I volunteer at my son's school, where one of my gigs involves assisting with a Wednesday morning programming class on Microsoft's SmallBasic, and another one has me helping out with a way-cool ...

  • October 14, 2013 14 Oct'13

    Mechanics of the Upcoming Win8.1 Upgrade

    I found a fascinating article on WinBeta.org this weekend. If you can get past its enormous title "Windows 8.1 'GA Rollup A' update will finalize the Windows 8.1 code, comes with fixes" there's ...

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