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An explanation and changes ahead for the coming year.

Hi all, You might have noticed some changes in the last few months to the site and the content - specifically that some posts go up with passwords on them initially and I want to explain why this is. I’ve decided to start a Patreon and also accept donations from anyone who is willing to... Continue Reading →

Get Started with Windows Update for Business (WUfB)

You may have seen the option to use Windows Update for Business and wondering what it brings to the table when compared to WSUS and SCCM. Windows Update for Business (WUfB) is a good way of simplifying and automating the deployment of Windows Updates without using any on-premises infrastructure. The downside is that you do... Continue Reading →

App Spotlight: Directory Opus

Directory Opus is a file manager – remember those? I haven't thought about them for years. DOpus (as it’s known for short) has a long history starting on the Commodore Amiga where in later versions it was available as a Workbench (the Amiga's operating system) replacement. I only used Directory Opus version 4 on the... Continue Reading →

The New Microsoft Edge – The Microsoft Alternative To Chrome

Microsoft have been developing an all new version of their web browser Edge and will release it in early 2020. If you are familiar with the existing Edge browser, it’s the same in name only - the new Microsoft Edge is vastly improved in many ways. The new Edge is now based on Chromium, the... Continue Reading →

Video Walkthrough: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for the Enthusiast, Home or Small Business

I have recently published a video walkthrough covering how to use Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to create customised standalone install image of Windows 10. It is directed towards enthusiasts, IT professional's for small businesses, or anyone who wants to create custom images and doesn't have access to volume licensing, an Active Directory domain, or a lot... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit for the Enthusiast, Home or Small Business

This article is directed towards enthusiasts, IT professional's for small businesses, or anyone who wants to create custom images and doesn't have volume licensing, an Active Directory domain, or a lot of server infrastructure. I have also recently published a video walkthrough covering this to my YouTube channel. I hope this article is useful to... Continue Reading →

The Tale of the Fail of Google Stadia

Disclaimer: This isn't my personal experience with Stadia as I've haven't tried it myself, either during it's beta phase or in its current state. xCloud and Stadia comparisons: xCloud currently only streams to phones and tablets running Android and is in a preview phase. Stadia has had a preview phase, which was available as an... Continue Reading →

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