MS has introduced new names for Office update channels. These now include a Beta Channel (early adopters), Current Channel (and Preview version), and Semi-Annual Enterprise Channel (and Preview version). You’ve been warned!
OK then: I have to thank one of our eagle-eyed readers. On April 29, I posted that you can now forcibly upgrade your Intel GPU drivers for 6th generation processors and newer. I also reported that such drivers wouldn’t over-write OEM customizations, either. As it turns out, I was ALMOST right. There is a catch:
Intel says its latest Windows 10 DCH graphics drivers will install over OEM customizations without issues. I observe otherwise, but find a backdoor installation method that lets me install that driver anyway.
Running Windows on a Hyper-V virtual machine can naturally never be as fast as that same version of Windows on host machine’s real physical hardware. However, by tweaking virtual machine settings, you can greatly impact the speed and functionality of a virtual machine. As a Hyper-V enthusiast, I want to share my tips for making
Over the past few weeks, I have had an interesting, ongoing fight with one of my laptops. All my life, I’ve never fought as much with a single device, just trying to get an operating system to work as expected. First, the problem came from the Windows Admin Center (WAC). It caused a GSOD every
I could not say it better myself, so I’ll start by quoting what a fellow senior Ten Forums member posted yesterday: “Just catching up with this latest fiasco… seems each MS “roll-out” ends up as “roll-eyes”… not funny for many, I know, but just trying to find some humour in it…”. The fact is, as the
Today we will start a new section here at Win10.guru. In the past, I have made some heavily TenForums.com branded videos and posted them to my YouTube channel (https://youtube.com/KariTheFinn). I joined SevenForums.com, the sister site of TenForums.com, 10 years ago. Since then, I have regarded these forums as my virtual home. I am to the