We are going to dig into WIP’s requirements, how it works, and how you can use it.
Microsoft launched its Surface Studio all-in-one desktop at the Windows 10 event yesterday. Here’s what people are saying. Just don’t mention the iMac. In today’s IT Newspro, we mention it once, but we think we got away with it…
Microsoft is said to be launching a new Surface, codenamed Cardinal. The new device will be a one-box desktop PC—i.e., an all-in-one (AiO), as popularlized by Apple’s iMac. The avian-themed rumor seems credible and well-sourced. And an October hardware event would fit with Microsoft’s previous form. But beyond that, everything is mere speculation. None of which stops us from some amusing Friday musing…
Learn why our writer thinks Microsoft shouldn’t abandon desktop users just yet, and possible fixes that would make Windows even better.
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This article takes a look the changes to the Windows desktop and new functionality to perform customizations for personalization and ease of use that are included in Windows 7.
Windows Vista (and Windows Server 2008 and even Windows 7 for that matter) are configured so that after the installation completes and the user first logs on, the desktop is totally empty from any icons, and only the Recycle bin is present. While this setup might fit some users, most users want control over their old desktop icons. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri will show you how to do that.