Certain PCs — especially those with older Intel internal GPUs — may experience a black screen when using Windows 10’s built-in Remote Desktop (RDP) facility. This applies to PCs acting as RDP servers and those acting as RDP clients, according to MS.
As we reported here at Win10.Guru earlier, the Windows Terminal Preview was released a few weeks ago. I must say I like it very much, it has replaced my PowerShell, PowerShell Core, WSL, and Command Prompt. In fact, I use it now exclusively whenever I need to work with a command-line interface in Windows. In
I explore NirSoft’s BatteryInfoView, and learn a lot about the state of my various laptop batteries. Great tool!
Windows Sysinternals was created back in 1996 by software developers Bryce Cogswell and Mark Russinovich, who helmed a company named Winternals at the time. It appeared through a website that offered small tools and utilities to manage, diagnose, troubleshoot, and monitor Windows. At this time, Windows admins were happy to pay for some of those
Microsoft released a preview of its new Windows Terminal facility this week. Now, you can download and install it from the Microsoft Store. This brand-new Windows Terminal Preview requires Windows 10 build 18362 or later. Read more: Windows Terminal Microsoft Store Preview Release In fact, Windows Terminal is an open source project hosted on GitHub.
After some Windows updates — including the June 18 KB4503327 for 1809 — the screen goes black once system startup is complete. Find techniques here to get back from a black screen to one that works properly.
We’ve all seen the dreaded Recovery screen or another error message reporting that the PC could not boot. Sometimes, nothing is shown, just a blank black screen. A common repair/recovery method is to try to boot into the Windows Recovery Console either from USB install media or WinPE and let Windows try to repair the
Lots of users — including yours truly — are reporting Event Viewer failures after installing the latest 1809 and 1903 Cumulative Updates from June’s Patch Tuesday earlier this week. Some users who’ve defined custom views already in Event Viewer may experience this failure immediately. Others may experience the failure when they try to open custom
Earlier this year — April 7, 2019 to be specific — MS announced PowerShell 7. Earlier editions of this development fork had been called “PowerShell Core” to distinguish it from the built-in version included with Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. But with the introduction of PowerShell 7, MS wants to foster what it calls
Chocolatey is a third-party package manager for Windows that can automate installation of most such programs through the Command Prompt or PowerShell. Great stuff!