In my environment, I need to keep an archive of some log files for a period of time, whereas other logs are not so critical, and some applications generate logs which are already compressed into ZIP files daily. So I have all these different requirements for logs. I don't want them filling up my server … Continue reading PowerShell: Log Manager
Here's a quick update on an option I missed in my previous post about how to customise the Start Menu and Taskbar for new Windows 10 1607/1703 installs. Update 02/05/2017: This also works with Windows 10 1703 (Creators Update) The method that I used in my previous post would not be suitable for other environments … Continue reading Windows 10 1607/1703 Start Menu Customisation – Update
As we hurtle towards the release of the Creators Update, I decided to take a look at the new OOBE (Out Of Box Experience) that users will see when installing the update. The new OOBE has been a part of the Insider preview builds for some time now. It's main feature is Cortana support, so … Continue reading Windows 10 Insider Preview (Creators Update) – New OOBE
I've been playing around with the Windows Insider Preview builds for a few months now and with the news that Microsoft are expanding the program to IT Pros (as well as many other types of users), I decided to look into seeing if the builds could be deployed via Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Build (8443). The … Continue reading Windows Insider: Can The Preview Builds Be Deployed With MDT?
A feature that I'm very happy to see coming in the Creators Update for Windows 10 is Night light. It's not exactly a headline feature, but I'm happy to see it and wanted to draw attention to it. What Night light does is change the colour temperature of the display as the sun sets, reducing … Continue reading Windows Insider: Feature Spotlight – Night light
If you've seen the news from the latest Microsoft Event, you'll know that the next Windows 10 update, dubbed the "Creator Update" will be out early next year.