In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to get started with the Chocolatey package manager for Windows.
Because baseball season can’t start soon enough, this edition of Short Takes looks at Windows’s not-so-new S mode, Microsoft’s best-selling Surface PC, the Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, and so much more.
Microsoft is building a new AI platform for Windows 10 that the company hopes developers will use to make their applications, smarter.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to disable Fast Startup, explains what it does, and discusses why you might want to disable it.
This month is all about Redstone 4, always-connected PCs, and changes to the SKU lineup and licensing.
Because he started it, this edition of Short Takes looks at HP’s PC resurgence, Intel’s next mobile setback, Always Connected PCs, the limits of Windows 10 on ARM, and much more.
Because it was 62 degrees yesterday but it will still snow tomorrow, this edition of Short Takes looks at 5 years of Surface Pro, an unfixable Skype bug that was already fixed, Amazon v. Microsoft, and so much more.
Microsoft is expanding the reach of ATP and will soon offer it for users of Windows 7 but only if you are also running Windows 10.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at what you can do with Bash and the Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10 and Windows Server 1709.
Microsoft’s Build conference is happening May 7-9 but unlike the past few years, the company has serious competition for this conference.
Microsoft is about to refresh its SKU offering for Commercial customers and they are also making significant changes to their Windows 10 S SKU offering as well.
Because we get much closer to Spring every day, this edition of Short Takes corporate earnings from Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Amazon, and some of the interesting facts we can mine from each. Plus some other stuff.
Microsoft is making more changes to the lifecycle support of Windows 10 and this time, they are giving you six more months to upgrade.