Brien loads up the early test build of Microsoft's upcoming OS on his tablet and hits the road.
Will facial recognition and photo manipulation replace the traditional password in Microsoft's next OS?
While the tablet won't be replacing the laptop anytime soon, tablets continue to improve their usability.
When traveling overseas, your laptop adapter won't be enough. Here are some tips to keep in mind for those world travelers.
Having trouble saving Internet videos to your computer? Brien walks you through a lesser-know Internet Explorer exploit that should get the job done.
I walk you through the process it took to get both Windows 7 and Windows Server virtualized on my laptop.
Do technology like 3D gaming and motion-controlled devices give us a hint on what Microsoft envisions for the future?
Brien walks you through the process of creating and running Windows 8 from a bootable USB flash drive.
Brien discusses the security issues tangled with remote user access and highlights how Microsoft may be simplifying the process with its upcoming Windows To Go bootable device.
Brien walks you through how to get the developer's version of Windows 8 to run on a traditional desktop, touch-enabled desktop and tablet.
Multiple e-mail accounts for the same person makes organizing your contacts a pain. Here's a few tips on how to alleviate this situation.
While Microsoft Windows Phone 7 didn't feel like a complete product at release, the new Windows Phone 7.5 update, which includes new search and navigation features, helps to breathe new life into the mobile OS.
Brien shares the renewed faith in Microsoft that Windows 8 Server has given him in the future of Microsoft (and for Windows admins).
I lay out the good and the bad of the improved Windows Phone 7 OS.
Virtualization solutions in Windows 8 will help with the data size for mobile devices.