Regardless of what Windows version, edition and channel your company is using on its production machines, one thing is sure: at sometime in the not too distant future it must be upgraded. This makes it important that IT admins and staff stay up to date on the development and evolution of Windows versions. It is
Insider for Business
As I have revealed in several “War Stories” posts here at Win10.Guru, I’ve had major issues with Office 365 running on Windows 10 Insider Preview Skip Ahead builds. On two occasions since January 2018 I’ve thought that I finally had these issues resolved (read more). Alas, both solutions seem to have been pure coincidence. Even now,
As I prepare to attend the Microsoft Tech Summit in Amsterdam this week, I ponder the possibilities that Microsoft 365 brings to the table for business users.
Thanks to an odd combination of driver difficulties and communication issues, my struggle to update my production laptop to 17074 runs into an unusually long and troublesome sequence of reverses.
For general information about Olympia Corp and the Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise, please read our companion post: https://win10.guru/olympia-windows-insider-lab-for-enterprise/ When you get an email from email@example.com with Olympia Corp login credentials, you can choose to use your current Windows 10 PRO or Enterprise setup or install a new image for dual boot on a physical
Quoting Microsoft: Windows Insider Lab for Enterprise Program is intended for Windows Insiders who want to try new experimental and pre-release Enterprise features. To get the complete experience of these Enterprise features, Olympia Corp, a virtual corporation has been set up to reflect the IT infrastructure of a real world business. As an enthusiastic Windows