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  • Blog Post: Enable Kiosk Mode in Windows 8.1

    Windows devices are widely used for kiosks where the users should be able to use only an application and nothing else. This makes sure that an anonymous user can use the kiosk and the application, but not harm it in any way. To achieve this, you had to lock down the Windows device and harden it for obvious...
  • Blog Post: Remote Assistance in Windows 8

      Remote Assistance in Windows 8 With Shadowing concept removed from Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services, a lot of users want an alternative mechanism to be able to Remote Assist an RDS user. Please find the steps to request for remote assistance in Windows 8. 1. Either go to command prompt...
  • Blog Post: Upgrading to Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012

    Upgrading to Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 One of my Colleagues, Vimal Shekar, has written a great and detailed series around upgrading scenarios of Windows 8. He has broken it down into 5 posts for Windows 8 and 4 for Windows Server 2012. Please find the list here: Windows 8 Upgrading...
  • Blog Post: List of Windows 8 Shortcuts

    List of Windows 8 Shortcuts With a paradigm shift in how we look at a Start screen, Windows 8 has added a lot of shortcuts for easier navigation. Check out a loooooong list of shortcuts for Windows 8 to make your life simpler. Windows key : Switch between Modern Desktop Start screen and...
  • Blog Post: Disabling User Account Control in Windows 8

    Disabling User Account Control (UAC) in Windows 8 With the new User Interface of Windows 8, accessing simple panels and doing easy tasks can be a pain. This blog post is for one such simple task, which has changed from the previous versions. User Account Control (UAC) is a security component...
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