When it comes to Windows management, network administration, deployment and other computing stuff, I want to do as much as possible using built-in Windows tools and utilities. As I have often said, I use no third party optimizers, tweakers, downloaders, cleaners and other snake oil stuff. For me, the main principle in Windows management and
When it comes to free disk space analyzers, TreeSize is among the best of them, and does the job quite nicely. Check it out!
A few days ago, Ed Tittel wrote about Windows Update deleting failed updates, and “banning” those updates for 30 days. That article got me thinking about my personal relationship with Windows, and if I trust it to know how to take care of itself — or not. In my case, the answer is a clear
If you’re using Macrium Reflect as your backup and imaging solution, be aware that it comes with an excellent tool that can update, upgrade and maintain your image backups. It’s called Macrium viBoot, and it’s worth getting to know. As a keen and avid Windows Insider, I’ve had my share of Windows upgrades fail for various reasons. Fortunately,
I am and have been a Macrium Reflect fan for a long time now. In my personal opinion, Reflect is the best imaging application available to both consumers and corporate environments. That’s the reason why I contacted Macrium asking for a trial license for the Technician Edition, to see how it differs from standard Reflect