EDIT: What I meant with “on sale” in title At my request, my Win10.guru partner Ed checked this post. He questioned my use of the terminology “on sale”. Just to be clear, I am not even remotely hinting that you can buy an Insider MVP. My only point was and is that apparently, as this
Insider for Business
Especially when testing Windows Insider Preview builds in various editions and languages, I use differencing disks on Hyper-V virtual machines. This not only allows me to save storage space on my dedicated Hyper-V drive, but it also makes creating new virtual machines really fast, taking just seconds to boot to the desktop when a VM
Microsoft released yesterday (July 25th) two new Insider builds, build 17723 on RS5 Fast Ring and first Skip Ahead build 18204 on 19H1 branch. I must admit the Skip Ahead build was released much earlier than I had expected (read more). At this point, both of the Fast Ring and Skip Ahead builds are identical;
The Windows Insider team announced in a tweet today that its Skip Ahead Insider and Insider for Business rings are now open. This indicates that we can expect a first 19H1 build, a preview for Windows 10 version 1903 in the very near future. The next Insider Skip Ahead build or two will be the same
Windows Insider Build 17718, which will most probably be released later today (Thursday) or tomorrow (Friday) will add new Microsoft Edge group policies and MDM settings. These new policies allow IT admins to enable or disable full screen mode in Edge, its printing and favorites bars, just to mention a few new settings. All new
As of Sunday, July 1st 2018, I am no longer a Windows Insider MVP. Funny thing is, it has been clear already for over 10 months. The reason is simple: I committed a cardinal sin and openly criticized the Windows Insider program. That is, as an MVP team lead made clear to me in a
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
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.