Because it always rains when I drive, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s new schedule for Windows 10 and Office 365, Qualcomm confirms Windows 10 on ARM schedule, Microsoft puts killing Wunderlist on its To-Do list, and more.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 will received two feature updates per year and that Redstone 3 will arrive in September.
Russell Smith takes a look at putting virtual desktops to use with a bit of help from Task View and Snap Assist in Windows 10.
Microsoft has quietly patched security vulnerabilities used by the NSA after they were made public over the weekend but who tipped off Microsoft remains unknown.
Because Windows Vista is finally dead, this edition of Short Takes looks at the last stand for an unfairly maligned Windows version, the Creators Update, and upcoming Microsoft hardware events.
Enterprises are migrating to Windows 10 faster than expected and one of the key reasons is security.
Learn about a superior tool called Patterns and Practices PowerShell with SharePoint Online and on-prem.
Because Spring is finally in the air, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s customer satisfaction win over Apple, the Windows Insider Program for businesses, Xbox “Project Scorpio”, and much, much more.
Microsoft’s Windows as a Service model for Windows 10 brings with it many benefits but it is also creating a few issues as well for IT Pros.
Shane Young and Todd Klindt talk about the latest Windows 10 Insider build and its cool features, Enterprise Mobility hitting 85 million users, Azure AD, some authentication issues, and Shane gets upset about patches.
Because there’s a Microsoft coffee shop in Berlin, this edition of Short Takes looks at the Windows 10 Creators Update rollout, Galaxy S8 preorders at Microsoft’s retail stores, and much, much more.
Microsoft will release the Creators update for Windows 10 on April 11th; here’s what is in this release for enterprise customers.
Microsoft has built a version of Windows 10 for the Chinese government that does not contain ‘backdoors’; the company is also in the final stages of approving the Creators update.