Windows 8/RT


Google Discloses 2 More Windows Bugs

The flaws reside in Windows 7 and Windows 8.1.

How To Create a Self-Signed Certificate

Using the MakeCert utility of the Windows SDK will allow for you to issue your own self-signed certs.

Windows 10: What We Know So Far

Microsoft plans to tell us what we don't know about Windows 10 on January 21, but here's what's known so far.

Microsoft Azure App Enables Workplace Join Connections for Android Devices

Microsoft has advanced its Workplace Join support for devices running the Android operating system.

Google Pulls Curtain Back on Windows 8.1 Zero-Day Flaw

Microsoft said it is currently finishing up on a fix.

Microsoft Adds Deduplication to Data Protection Manager

Microsoft has added a data deduplication capability to its System Center 2012 R2 Data Protection Manager product.

First Impressions: Windows Server 10 Hyper-V Preview

Is Microsoft finally preparing a version of Hyper-V that can compete with VMware?

How To Use the New Windows 10 Command Prompt

Brien takes a look at what's new with Microsoft's next Command Prompt and explains why you should be excited.

Using PowerShell To Rebuild a Windows Storage Spaces Array

Disk failures happen. Here's how to get back up and running with minimal effort.

How To Use the File Server Resource Manager in Windows Server 2012

This Windows Server 2012 feature makes it easy to set storage quotas and manage file types.

Windows 10 Said To Simplify App Deployments via Improved Store

A recent Microsoft blog post offered some interesting details about Windows 10 before it got pulled.

Microsoft Cites New Patch Guidance for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 R2

Microsoft indicated this week that the patch cycle for Windows 8.x and Windows Server 2012 R.x systems follows a different approach than in the past.

How To Use the File Server Resource Manager in Windows Server

The longer you use the Windows Server tool, the more uses you'll find for it.

Hyper-V and the Cloneable Domain Controller

Is the new feature an IT game changer or an unnecessary headache?

Windows 8 Surpasses XP User Market Share

More than four months after Microsoft stopped supporting Windows XP, Windows 8 has finally overtaken the unsupported OS, according to Web site analytics firm StatCounter.

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