Microsoft has removed the placeholder files (aka “smart files”) from OneDrive in Windows 10. This article will help you get back many of its features. Solution I have found a way to bring much of the functionality of placeholders back to Windows 10. It is not a perfect solution, but it can get the jobContinue reading “Browse all your OneDrive Files from File Explorer in Windows 10 (Build 9879)”
Opened my Start Screen just a moment ago, and I was greeted with 19 updates pending on the Store tile. A quick look showed above. It seems Microsoft is rolling out updates to all their apps for Windows Technical Preview Build 9860.
Windows 10 preview build 9860 was released to the public for testing on October 21, 2014, and it includes a lot of hidden gems. Today, I’ll talk about a couple of neat features that people might have not yet discovered. There are new touch features in Windows 10 that makes the desktop much easier to use withContinue reading “New Windows 10 Touch Features in Build 9860”
Today MS released the much anticipated update to Windows 10 Technical Preview bringing the public version to 9860 with plethora of changes, they mentioned even up to 7000 changes on the Windows Blog.
I have been following the CIA tweeter handle from day one as I was curious to know what the secretive and for-your-eyes-only agency has to tell the public. I was not disappointed, they’ve been tweeting declassified information from their archives and it has been an eye opening and interesting read up till now (Skyhook anyone?).
Microsoft had released Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview on October 1. The build number was 9841, which was compiled sometime in mid September. If you are running the Windows 10, prepare to het a newer build any day, now.
Here is something geeky and not for the fainthearted. If you’re like me, you’ve not listened to Microsoft with the advise not to install Windows 10 Technical Preview on your production Machine. You believe every tech problem is there to be resolved.
Now that we have Windows 10, we get the advantage of Windows 7 on desktop devices, but we loose the ease of use of Windows 8 UX. For example, you’re in a meeting giving a presentation, or a Conference Call and you want to limit the noise from your device. Before you just open charmsContinue reading “Setting Notification Mute in Windows 10”
I blogged my frustration with upgrading Windows 8.1 VHD-Boot instance to Windows 10 Technical Preview earlier today . Now I need to warn about another caveat installing Windows 10 TP in a virtual environment, whether directly in a VM or as VHD-Boot setup.
This is what you get for trusting a Microsoft Setup Tech called VHD-Boot. This technology is officially a supported Install Scenario from Microsoft. Those of you that follow this blog know I have raved and complained severally about this Tech. This is a single most frustrating support issue of Microsoft because you are allowed toContinue reading “Microsoft still doesn’t support OS Upgrade of VHD-Boot”
With a simple tweet today, Jeff Snover, the Distinguished Engineer and Lead Architect, the grandfather of PowerShell, informed us that Microsoft will be shipping Windows Defender by default with Server2010. The feature is already available in the current Server Technical Preview released with the Windows Client last Wednesday.
Our friend Thomas Nigro (@ThomasNigro) just tweeted that the new and overhauled VLC Player is now in the Windows Store. This is a major update to the player bringing performance and UI improvements. Go get it now at: VLC for Windows 8 – http://apps.microsoft.com/webpdp/app/c527ff2d-b5d0-45b6-bfc3-92fb7357ef72
This is something for the IT Pros and Devs amongst us. Normal folks will probably not understand what I am talking about here. But you can always support a good cause right? The Server community has enjoyed something since Server 2012 that is called DeDuplication. This is a HDD data storage technology that writes dataContinue reading “Call to Action: Win10 Client Must Support DeDup”
The command prompt might not be an all-joy feature of any operating system for most people, but those of us that live in the code, or have to support any substantial systems know what pain it can be to get data in and out of Command prompt.
I am in the habit of regularly auditing my MS Account information as I want to know where my threat vectors are coming from. I am looking at you guys from Russia, please leave my account alone, will you! :) Anyways, seriously now, I took a look a minute ago and I noticed something outContinue reading “Have I been Hacked by Nokia? Weird MS Account Issue”