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  • Blog Post: Who really knows Windows 8.1 Update 1/2?

    Windows 8.1 Update 1/2 is FAR more than simply a new and/or improved UI Windows 8.1 "under the covers" Picking out the differences between Windows XP and Windows 8.1 or even between Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, improvements have been enormous and have remained unnoticed by a lot of people. So here...
  • Blog Post: Who really knows Windows 8.1?

    Windows 8.1 is FAR more than simply a new and/or improved UI Windows 8.1 "under the covers" Picking out the differences between Windows XP and Windows 8.1 or even between Windows 8 and Windows 8.1, improvements have been enormous and have remained unnoticed by a lot of people. So here's a glimpse...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Connected Accounts

    My Top-10: Connected Accounts Overview Microsoft® Windows® 8 introduces a new concept called a Connected Account. A Connected Account allows you to sign in to Windows with your Microsoft Account (formerly known as Windows Live ID) and do things like roam your settings between Windows 8...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Recovery and Troubleshooting

    My Top-9: Recovery and Troubleshooting Overview Windows® 8 includes several new resources for troubleshooting and options for recovering your system from errors or problems. The set of topics covered in this section includes the following: Support Resources Push-Button Reset File...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Updates and Maintenance

    My Top-8: Updates and Maintenance Overview This blog explores some of the changes in Windows® 8 related to PC maintenance, installing updates, and other related activities. Maintenance Tasks Windows 8 improves the state of performance improvement and maintenance activities with a variety...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Hyper-V on Client

    Hyper-V on Client – Windows 8 Pro My Top-4: Hyper-V on Client Overview For this new release of Microsoft® Windows®, Microsoft is making available a virtualization technology known as Hyper-V™. With Hyper-V on Windows 8 Pro, you will be able to run Windows in a virtual...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Trusted Boot: Secure Boot – Measured Boot

    My Top-3 Trusted Boot: Secure Boot – Measured Boot One of the benefits of a UEFI configuration is that it supports signing and verification for UEFI executable files, up to and including the boot manager, which implements the boot menu in Windows 8. Secure Boot This, combined with further verification...
  • Blog Post: Windows 8: Fast Boot

    Fast Boot Performance My Top-1 Windows 8 Feature My first experience with Windows 8 after installing it on my “older” hardware was the amazing boot performance. On Windows 7 the boot performance has been raised massively and I have never expected that this can be improved at all...
  • Blog Post: Who really knows Windows 8?

    Who really knows Windows 8? Windows 8 is FAR more than simply a new UI Windows 8 “under the covers!” Picking out the differences between Windows XP and Windows 8, improvements have been enormous and have remained unnoticed by a lot of people. So here’s a glimpse of new features...
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