Because I’m between continents at the moment, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s abortive release of Windows 10 version 1806, Microsoft’s patent reversal for Linux, the EU approval of Microsoft’s GitHub acquisition, and so much more.
Microsoft has re-released Windows 10 1809 after fixing an issue that was deleting content but the company is still trying to win a race that doesn’t exist.
Microsoft acknowledges disappearing files after installation of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) and pauses rollout.
Microsoft has paused its rollout of Windows 10 1809 after users were reporting that it was deleting content from My Documents.
Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 release is causing serious headaches for some users as the update is deleting content from personal folders.
This month sees lots of announcements coming out of Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference for IT pros, including about a preview version of Windows Virtual Desktop and Windows Server 2019 general availability.
Because hazy, hot, and humid doesn’t even begin to explain the weather in Orlando, this edition of Short Takes looks some of the other news that came out of TechEd, er ah, Microsoft Ignite this week.
Microsoft is working on a new skills kit for enterprise customers that will make it easier to integrate the digital assistant into your workflow.
Because half the planet is waiting for their new iPhone to arrive this morning, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft coming victory in the cloud and its coming defeat in advertising, Microsoft Managed Desktop, another Google betrayal, and much, much more.
Looking to create a Linux container in Windows 10? Russell shows you how with easy step-by-step instructions.
Because Microsoft can’t stop punching Windows 10 in the face, this edition of Short Takes looks at a foolish new ad in Windows 10, Microsoft v. Salesforce, an October Microsoft event, Apple’s new iPhones, and much, much more.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell shows you how to stop Windows 10 updating device drivers automatically via Windows Update regardless of which edition of the OS you are running.
In this blog post, Russell looks at the story behind Windows Defender Application Control in Windows 10.