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Survey the desktop and application virtualization market

By Robert Sheldon 10 Apr 2018

Organizations want the flexibility to deliver virtual desktops and applications from the same platform. Learn about the products that can do both for your enterprise. Read More

GPT Disk Layout Matters for NVMe

By Ed Tittel 11 Mar 2016

When it comes to optimizing boot speed for an NVMe SSD, GPT disk layout for Windows 10 is essential. Read More

IoT and augmented reality: A match made in heaven?

By Beth Stackpole 21 Nov 2016

Augmented reality services enable a wide swath of users to see real-time, contextual information about their smart, connected products. Read More

Win10 Build 10158 Lookin' Good

By Ed Tittel 30 Jun 2015

Upon my return to the office after a week off this morning, I discovered the latest (and probably last) build before the upcoming 7/29 RTM for Windows 10 was available. The first install went ... Read More

Persistent Windows.old Folder Surrenders to Command Line Prompt

By Ed Tittel 28 Oct 2015

Among my various desktops, laptops, and tablets, I've got an 16-month-old Surface Pro 3 purchased in August 2014. In working with the boot/sys drive recently I noticed I still had a windows.old ... Read More

Looking ahead to Windows 10 certifications

By Ed Tittel 31 Dec 2014

With Windows 10 and the next version of Windows Server expected to launch in 2015, it's time to get ready for new certifications. Read More

Best practices for working with a VMware appliance

By Rob Bastiaansen 25 Apr 2016

As VMware appliances become more ubiquitous, administrators should consider a number of options for troubleshooting common virtual machine issues. Read More

Factory Reset Offers Way Out for Surface Pro 3 Catch-22

By Ed Tittel 10 Aug 2015

In case you've been wondering, I've been on vacation since my last post went up on July 27. Though I had a great trip to Germany with my family, I ended up skipping blithely past the Windows 10 RTM ... Read More

Ten most useful Windows Sysinternals utilities

By Brien Posey 16 Jun 2015

Sysinternals utilities such as Autoruns and TCPView can target specific problem areas in a Microsoft Windows environment, including performance issues. Read More

Windows 7 troubleshooting matures

By Ryan McLaughlin 11 Nov 2014

Windows 7 support is ending in 2015, but that doesn't mean troubleshooting is going with it -- in fact, Windows 7 troubleshooting is easier than ever. Read More