Windows 10 updates began today. Here are some of the headlines surrounding it.
With Windows 10 arriving as an upgrade in 9 days, we’re starting to see pre-order information come to the surface.
Creating a bootable USB drive Mac OS X installer can save you time and bandwidth when you have a few Macs you want to update or you want a backup copy of your operating system installer.
If you’re feeling any anxiety about those users that ask for the latest and greatest on the day it’s released, preparation might help you be able to answer their questions and have a better start on day 1 to deploy Windows 10 to your organization.
While Control Panel might be more colorful and familiar, Windows 10 has URIs that you can enter at the Run window to jump to specific Settings pages.
As part of a setup for a client, I used a controlled Start Screen through Group Policy. This allowed all of the common apps to be consistent across the organization. I was a little disappointed to find out that the Start Screen functionality stopped working through no fault of my own.
Microsoft has shown off the new default Windows 10 wallpaper.
A Windows Phone feature named Wi-Fi Sense is making the jump to Windows 10. With the increased attention, many people are finding that they don’t like the feature but have no control over it.
Microsoft is announcing a preview for Windows 10 IoT Core and a partnership with Arduino.
The keynote for Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference took place yesterday.
You can learn more about Windows 10 from the icon’s right-click menu but mostly, you don’t need to do anything for the next two months until Windows 10 is delivered.
It seemed that the low price of the Surface RT and Surface 2 lured many people in, thinking they were getting a Windows tablet that would allow them to do everything you could on your desktop.