Feb 112018
 

By Yusuf Limalia at MakeUseOf.com…

When you have internet or network issues, it may feel like a regression back to the stone age. Let’s try and understand networks and look at some troubleshooting techniques to bring you back into the world of the living.

Source: The Complete Windows Network Troubleshooting Guide

 Posted by at 6:56 pm
Jun 242017
 

By James Frew at MakeUseOf.com…

Windows 10 was a huge success after it launched in 2015. As of March 2017, it was running on over a quarter of Desktop computers worldwide, only trailing Windows 7, which was released six years prior. Microsoft appeared to have listened to feedback about Windows 8 and sought to mix the best of Windows 7 and 8 while pushing the OS into the future.

Source: Privacy and Windows 10: Your Guide to Windows Telemetry

 Posted by at 7:49 pm
Jan 192017
 

By Richard Hay at SuperSite for Windows…

Having the ability to use biometrics to validate my identity for access to my Windows 10 devices is not only a whiz bang neat feature but it is also very secure. By providing my fingerprint or face for scanning I associate those unique personal features to my Windows 10 log in account for an added level of security whether I am on my machines at home or on the road for work.

Source: Photo Gallery: Security | This USB key from Yubico can log you into Windows 10 using Windows Hello | SuperSite for Windows

 Posted by at 7:58 am
Dec 212016
 

By Mitch Tulloch at WindowsNetworking.com…

This is the second and final part of a two-part article that walks through steps for using third-party tools to create a Windows 7 image for deployment that incorporates all available software updates for the operating system.

Source: Creating a fully updated Windows 7 image (Part 2) :: Windows 7 :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowsNetworking.com

 Posted by at 5:02 pm
Nov 302016
 

By Mitch Tulloch at WindowsNetworking.com…

This is the first part of a two-part article that walks through steps for using third-party tools to create a Windows 7 image for deployment that incorporates all available software updates for the operating system.

Source: Creating a fully updated Windows 7 image (Part 1) :: Windows 7 :: Articles & Tutorials :: WindowsNetworking.com

 Posted by at 7:52 pm