After six months in beta, RHEL has reached general availability. Subscribers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux can now check out version 7 after its release yesterday.
Tails, a live operating system powered by Debian Linux, provides an environment aiming to protect your privacy and anonymity.
With the new Windows 8.1 Update arriving this week (unless you use WSUS), I grabbed the updated Administrative Templates for Group Policy.
An issue has been identified in the Windows 8.1 Update that has caused Microsoft to pull the update from WSUS servers.
Windows XP users will receive a pop-up on the 8th of every month to notify them that Windows XP will reach End of Support on April 8th, 2014. Here’s how to disable them.
Microsoft’s developer conference Build 2014 took place today. The keynote provided announcements about Windows Phone 8.1 and Windows 8.1 Update.
With Windows 7, putting the shortcut on the Start Menu also would have been a breeze. Windows 8 works a little differently.
Beginning March 8th, Microsoft will push out a pop up to Windows XP computers.
I was hoping to produce a nice, branded deployment with default settings like Boot to Desktop, show wallpaper behind Start, and a default wallpaper. Finally, I found a method that worked out.
I ran into the same problems that got Microsoft in trouble in the first place with Windows 8. When Microsoft thinks it knows best and removes options, the users of the product suffer.
You can watch the keynote speech at Microsoft’s BUILD conference live and learn about the new features in Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2.
Ahead of their BUILD conference, Microsoft released Windows Server 2012 R2 preview today. You can download the 3.8GB iso from the TechNet evaluation center. Improvements to virtualization and storage seem to be the big areas of improvement according to Microsoft earlier this month at TechEd. At the heart of the Microsoft Cloud OS vision, Windows […]