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  • February 17, 2015 17 Feb'15

    Windows 10 adoption will follow smaller, quicker updates

    Enterprise adoption of Windows 10 isn't likely to follow the same pattern as for Windows 7, and that's a good thing, writes columnist Brian Madden.

  • February 16, 2015 16 Feb'15

    Winaero mines Alt+Tab key combos, nice tool

    Sergey Tkachenko, who's the mind behind the excellent Winaero.com site and blog, struck paydirt recently with his post on working with the Alt+Tab key combo in modern Windows versions (I've tried ...

  • February 13, 2015 13 Feb'15

    Puzzling Intel Chipset Situation

    I've been a big fan of the Intel Driver Update Utility for years, especially since the company published the standalone program version (v2.0) in mid-2014. With the introduction of the 10.x.x.x ...

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    KB 3001652 Goes Bad on Update Tuesday

    Oho! Yesterday was "Update Tuesday," the second Tuesday of the month. Tuning into Windows Update just after lunch I noticed a big batch of updates (38 on Windows 8.1 systems with MS Office 2013 ...

  • February 09, 2015 09 Feb'15

    Windows 8.* Slowly Overtaking XP, 7 Still on TOP

    Every now and then, I have to check in over at NetMarketShare.com, to see what's happening with the distribution of desktop OSes that the company detects on the Internet. This morning, I couldn't ...

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  • February 06, 2015 06 Feb'15

    Win10 Gets Smart About Paging Files

    In working on a Windows 10 story for SearchEnterpriseDesktop this week, I came to an interesting realization. In Windows 10, MS has finally broken with tradition when it comes to sizing the paging ...

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    Universal Office apps for Win10 Now Up

    Drat! It was with interest and curiosity that I jumped up to the Windows Store (beta) a few minutes ago, hoping to download and install the latest so-called "Universal Office apps for Windows 10" ...

  • February 03, 2015 03 Feb'15

    Next Win Server Release Breaks Lockstep with Win10

    Amidst the TechNet blogs let loose last weekend, this interesting little item from the Server & Cloud Blog let it be known that, for the first time since the Windows Vista era, the next release ...

  • January 22, 2015 22 Jan'15

    Subduing the Wily and Recalcitrant Windows.edb in Win8.1

    I am a great fan of checking in on my disks from time to time, especially my system/boot disk, which goes by C: on my system. The last time I fired up WinDirStat on my production system, my eyes ...

  • January 21, 2015 21 Jan'15

    Windows 10 Free Upgrade for Win7, 8.1, Phone 8.1 Users for One Year After GA

    It's a big day for MS news today, what with the Windows 10 Customer Preview dog-and-pony show today at Global HQ in Redmond. There's all kinds of interesting news on that front, but the item that's ...

  • January 19, 2015 19 Jan'15

    TechNet Solution Guide Addresses WinDeployment Best Practices

    From the "better late than never" school of information sharing, I just found an October 2014 TechNet Solution Guide that many Windows administrators are likely to find captivating. It's entitled ...

  • January 17, 2015 17 Jan'15

    Seismic Shift in Windows Punditsphere

    Huh? What's a "Punditsphere?" Glad you asked! It's the group of industry insiders, experts, gurus, and gadabouts that attach themselves to specific technology platforms, tools, and operating ...

  • January 14, 2015 14 Jan'15

    Windows 7 Now Off Mainstream Support

    OK folks, here's a transition point for you to note. As of today, January 14, Windows 7 is no longer on mainstream support at Microsoft. Going forward, it will get no new functionality, no new ...

  • January 12, 2015 12 Jan'15

    Dell Venue 11 Pro Shows Promise of Broadwell Tablets

    About two months ago, I purchased a Dell Venue 11 Pro model 7130, when I read that it featured a Broadwell "M" class CPU in a compact 11" format. By the time all was said and done I spent around ...

  • January 10, 2015 10 Jan'15

    Update Tuesday: Evolving from Advance Notification to myBulletins

    For the past year or so, Patch Tuesday has been remonikered Update Tuesday. In a blog post from the Microsoft Security Response Center on Thursday, January 8, Chris Betz discussed the topic of ...

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