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http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmThanks to Mary Jo Foley for tweeting about this. Mary Hutson is maintaining a very useful list of “top Microsoft Support solutions for the most common issues IT Pros experience when using or deploying Windows 8 or 8.1.” She updates the list every quarter; the most recent being just two days ago (Aug 11, 2014). … Continue reading A Useful List of Windows 8 or 8.1 Resources for IT Pros
Well.. Now that you’ve had a chance to take in all the great news (//Build) and new updates from Microsoft over the past couple of weeks, we thought it was finally time to wrap up our series for IT Pros entitled “Windows 8.1 for Business”. For this final article of the series, I’m going to … Continue reading Windows 8.1 for Business: Series Wrap-up and Resources
Logically, it makes sense. Forever it seems whenever any software company comes out with a new version of their product, the added features and functionality require extra hardware. In the case of operating systems, that seems especially true. Software vendors are always trying to build their solutions not to fit today’s hardware, but what hardware … Continue reading Doesn’t Windows 8.1 require more hardware than Windows 7? (Series: Windows 8.1 for Business)
Even if you’ve never tried Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, you may have seen the advertisements showing off the lovely colorful “touch-first” interface (previously known as the “Metro” UI). Even some people using a traditional old non-touch laptop will reach out and touch the screen when they first encounter the start screen. (And by “some … Continue reading Can I use Windows 8.1 without a touchscreen?
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http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmOne of the reasons some people weren’t comfortable with Windows 8 from the beginning was for the lack of their familiar start menu. In today’s article in our “Windows 8.1 for Business” series, my friend Matt Hester delivers the run-down on the benefits of the Start Screen vs. the old Start Menu, and provides some … Continue reading Do you really need a start menu?
Welcome to March! And not that I mean to alarm you, but welcome to the final month before support ends on Windows XP. I know that many of you supporting IT and devices for your businesses have known this for a while, and are either already done or continuing to work on migrating to Windows … Continue reading Blog Series: Windows 8.1 for Business
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