In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at the new deployment options for Windows Autopilot in the current and next version of Windows 10.
In this month’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a disabled-by-default patch for Spectre 4, Adobe plugs a zero-day Flash vulnerability that can be exploited via Excel, and there are fixes for DNS, black screens, and Cortana.
Microsoft’s new MSIX unified packaging format promises to make it easier to bring legacy apps to the Store, even if you don’t have access to the app’s source code. In this Ask the Admin, I’ll explore how MSIX differs from existing tech, like the Desktop Bridge.
This month I look at Windows 10 April 2018 Update woes, Progressive Web Apps in the Microsoft Store, new productivity features, and new security features in the next version of Windows.
In today’s Ask the Admin, I’ll look at how you can use the Reliability Monitor in Windows 10 to solve problems.
With the release of the Windows 10 April 2018 update, Microsoft is introducing several new functions and features for enterprise users.
Microsoft has announced today that the Windows Admin center has reached general availability and that with the release of Server 2019, it’s about to become much easier to manager Windows desktop and Server.
Microsoft adds support for embedded WebM video content in Edge.
In Redstone 4, Quiet Hours has been renamed to Focus Assist and brings several improvements.
One of the things that annoys me in our industry is how supposedly educated people take advice and guidance on IT from no-nothings, the barfly, or the town idiot.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how unauthenticated access to Windows file shares works.
Windows 10 Redstone 4 reaches RTM and Microsoft announces the availability of a preview version of Windows Server 2019.
Redstone 4 will be finalized later this month, so I decided it was time to spin up the latest insider build to see if Timeline is a useful feature or just a marketing gimmick.