Christos Matskas walks us through how you can get native Bash up and running on your Windows device.
Hello all! In today’s article, I am going to talk about taking ownership of registry keys. There may be a need for you to own a key to modify it for certain purposes (see my guide for 13 Epic Hacks), and this article will show you how to do to just that.
Heard all the excitement about the Windows Insider Preview and wondering how you can get involved? Michael Sammels has the answer.
Have you changed something you didn’t want to change and now need to reset File Explorer? Michael Sammels shows how you can use the registry to do just that.
Microsoft Technical Evangelist Marcus Robinson outlines the key themes of interest to IT Pros from Build 2016’s day one Keynote – including Windows 10’s Anniversary Update and the Bot Framework.
Microsoft Technical Evangelist Ed Baker takes a look at “Linux on Windows” and the new Bash shell functionality on Windows 10, as announced at Build 2016.
It’s time to get all nostalgic and take a look back through the history of the world’s biggest operating system, Windows. Have you used them all?
This week I’ve been hugely involved with an massive internal Microsoft conference, but that hasn’t stopped me reading, listening and watching a ton of useful stuff so you don’t have to. Here are my top five picks for this week: Enterprise…(read more)
Ed Jones works for Firebrand Training, a Microsoft Gold Learning Partner. He has worked in the IT training and certification industry for the past 4 years. He is a tech enthusiast with experience working with SharePoint, Windows Server and Windows desktop. On December 7, 2015, many of us were surprised by the announcement of a…
By Paul Stringfellow, Technical Director of Gardner Systems with over 20 years experience in the IT industry – you can find more of Paul’s work on his @techstringy blog. So here we are just over 10 weeks since the world got its hands on Windows 10, and it’s been quite a couple of months: over 100 million installs since last…