One of the minor annoyances that I have found with Windows 10 comes down to the simple calculator app. The classic calc.exe has been replaced with a Windows 10 Modern app. It offers some new functionality like conversions, which is cool, but not worth the change when it fails at the basic tasks. The only […]
Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 4 was released in November. While the general availability release date of Windows Server 2016 is still unknown, this brings us one step closer to that final version. TP4 brought some changes to the operating system which will introduce changes for the Windows system administrator. Server 2016 Core, the version […]
VirtualBox is a popular free virtualization option for the one-off test machine. If you would instead like to gain a little formalization to your virtualization or just want exposure/experience to Microsoft’s Hyper-V, it is included with Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise SKUs. Pre-requisites To use Hyper-V, you need: 64-bit version of Windows 10 Pro or […]
Microsoft previously held the line on their aggressive pushing of Windows 10 to previous versions of the operating system at leaving domain-joined computers alone. They are now crossing that line and expanding the ‘Get Windows 10’ program to prompt domain-joined computers that run Windows 7 Professional or Windows 8.1 Professional and receive their updates directly […]
I ended up organizing my home screen into five category folders. This gives me one page, Google Now to the left, and the All apps drawer, of course.