win10

A collection of 13 posts

Oct 18, 2015

Windows 10 - Identity - Part 2

"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C. Clarke, "Profiles of The Future", 1961 In my previous blog post, I introduced a few identity concepts and how

Sep 1, 2015

Quick Nugget - Spyware!?

The internets are abuzz about this week regarding Microsoft's telemetry tools built into Windows 10 and now coming to Windows 8 and 7 First, be mindful that the telemetry data being collected is

Aug 18, 2015

Quick Nugget - Build 10525

Just a quick nugget for everyone who is seeing the newest Insider Fast Ring build trickle out. Here's the questions: Q: What does this mean for businesses? A: In your labs, you should

Aug 11, 2015

Quick Nugget - WINDOWS.OLD

Quick Nugget - WINDOWS.OLD

Several friends have asked how to get rid of WINDOWS.OLD after upgrading to Windows 10. Behold: Click start (love seeing that button again!) Type Disk Cleanup Click "Clean up System Files&

Aug 10, 2015

Windows 10 - Mobility - Part 1 - What is It?

Consider for a few moments these questions: When does a cellphone become more than a cellphone? What does Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) really mean for end users? What is Enterprise Mobility Management

Aug 6, 2015

Already Breaking a Promise?

Already Breaking a Promise?

So Windows 10 went live a few days ago - telemetry is showing a VERY high success rate in updates with over 60 million PCs upgraded. This is good! There are a few

Jul 27, 2015

Windows 10 Security - Part 2

In my previous blog entry on the introduction to security, I talked about the elimination once and for all of the password. That may have put it a bit too optimistically for businesses

Jul 14, 2015

Windows 10 - Servicing

I remember when I was growing up in the land of Windows XP. There were about a thousand different ways to deploy Windows and all of them were hard. Then came the transition

Jul 13, 2015

Windows 10 - An Intro for Business

Windows 10 - An Intro for Business

For the past three months, I've done literally nothing but eat, sleep, and breathe Windows 10. It has been an honor to work with Microsoft on such a fantastic operating system and helping