(Can you sense flatten-and-reinstall time approaches?) Or Windows 8. Applies to .Net 3.51, 3.0, and 2.0. Works with or without Internet. Link: How To Activate the .NET Framework 3.5 on Windows 8 Without Internet Access… Read more
Migrating to https://blog.tristank.com/ . And still so terrific that 3 of 4 readers rated it "soporific"
(Quick public dump so I can find the tool link again easily) Download the Windows 7 USB/DVD tool from here. (NB links to the page, not the EXE) Download ISO image from store or MSDN Run Win7 USB DVD Tool and point it to ISO and USB Stick Label stick Seriously Tristan, label the… Read more
Australian Premier Support customers: Join us for an overview of the new stuff in Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8! This series of events will run for the entire day in each city and showcase 4 sessions of about 90 minutes, on a range of Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8 client topics. All topics will… Read more
I’ve been working on the Windows 8 Application Excellence Lab circuit recently, helping push Metro-style apps from good to great! Metro apps look visually simple, but conveying your app’s information in a simple and visually appealing manner isn’t just a matter of “removing stuff”. The best apps look simple, present information appealingly and effectively, and… Read more
Just some notes recording what I’ve picked up from a couple of days using the Windows 8 Consumer Preview on my main desktops: The hit target for the Start button is the very bottom left corner – like, the four pixels in that region. Just slam the mouse there and click – when you… Read more
There’s an very handy-looking new tool that can be used to quickly determine a site’s compatibility with IE10. I set it up with Fiddler on one of my machines, and can now enable a pop-up item in Fiddler under the Rules menu. I wasn’t familiar with Fiddler’s rules engine before… more investigation is needed!… Read more