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By Brien Posey Evaluate May 16, 2016

How to shelter users from a VDI boot storm

Boot storms bring VDI deployments to a grinding halt, but batch booting and network interface card teaming can prevent the problem without having to buy new hardware. Continue Reading


By Ed Tittel Problem Solve Mar 17, 2016

Switch to UEFI Boot Boosts Stability

The switch from legacy BIOS to UEFI boot on an NVMe SSD equipped Windows 10 PC pays huge dividends in system stability. Continue Reading


By Ed Tittel Manage May 02, 2016

Confirm/Deny UEFI Boot-up on Win10

Certain advanced features in Windows 10 work only from UEFI boot-up. For BYOD machines, admins need a way to check UEFI status: here 'tis. Continue Reading


By Ed Tittel Problem Solve Apr 22, 2016

Woo hoo! NVMe Boot Speedup Achieved

Changing a UEFI/BIOS setting on my PC motherboard delivers a profound NVMe boot speedup: 120 seconds drops to 7! Continue Reading


By Ed Tittel Problem Solve Mar 25, 2016

Windows 10 Image Repair on Boot Fail

When Windows won't boot, Windows 10 image repair replaces corrupt OS files to restore things to normal. It's worth a try, though it is no panacea. Continue Reading


By Brien Posey Get Started Oct 22, 2015

Change boot settings from a VM BIOS

Often overlooked, a VM's BIOS is more limited than a physical machine's BIOS, but will allow you to adjust boot settings. Continue Reading


By Nirmal Sharma Get Started Mar 08, 2016

How do I enable secure boot mode for Linux VMs?

The upcoming release of Windows Server 2016 adds a secure boot option for Linux VMs. Continue Reading


By Valerie Silverthorne News Feb 29, 2016

Is a hard-driving developer boot camp right for you?

Want to become a coder or brush up on your skills? With a shortage of developers, now is a good time. Here's what you need to know about developer boot camp. Continue Reading


By Jim O'Reilly Evaluate Jul 13, 2015

Kill boot storms with all-flash arrays, containers

All-flash arrays are one of the best ways to meet VDI storage demands, and containers let servers boot a single OS image for multiple desktops. Both options improve performance and can help do away with boot storms... Continue Reading


By Jack Wallen Problem Solve Jul 06, 2015

Help! I deleted a Linux boot partition

I deleted a partition on my Linux system, but I still see a boot menu. How do I re-install GRUB2 and not lose data? Continue Reading