Category Archives: Windows

Quickly Connect to Windows VMs with RDP

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You can quickly connect to an existing Windows Virtual Machine by navigating to the “Virtual Machine” blade in the Azure Portal. Once you are on the page, click the “Connect” button at the top of the page. It will prompt you to download an Remote Desktop Protocol (.rdp) file....

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  • January 28, 2020

Every Possible Reason to Migrate to Windows Server 2019, in a Nut-Shell

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It is not often that the IT infrastructure is even touched, due to the disruption caused by such projects. This sometimes leaves hardware deployed for decades. With Windows Server 2016 being relatively young, one would question the need to change to Server 2019 – we might have the answers...

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  • January 17, 2020

Windows 7 Has Reached its EOL – But it Hasn’t Been Laid to Rest… Yet

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Windows 7 reached such popularity that it took Windows 10 FOUR years to pass it in market shares. We are well aware that even today, Windows 7 is still being used by millions of users, making up roughly 26% of the chosen operating system on PCs. Microsoft attempted changing...

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How to use the Out of Office Assistant in Outlook

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Summary This article describes how to use the “Automatic Replies (Out of Office)” and “Out of Office Assistant”. Note This feature is only available with an Exchange account that used by many organizations. Home users typically do not have the Exchange account. To enable Automatic Replies feature for non-Exchange...

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  • October 14, 2019

How to Fix Windows 10 Update Assistant Vulnerability

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Microsoft has released a new version of the Windows 10 Update Assistant in order to fix a local privilege escalation vulnerability. While there is no imminent threat, the only way to fix this vulnerability is to uninstall the program or download the latest version. The Windows 10 Update Assistant...

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  • September 30, 2019

Windows 7 end of Life

End of Support for Windows 7 is coming on 14 January 2020. That means your business will be vulnerable to malware and bugs, with no fixes on hand. Upgrade to Windows 10 and improve your productivity with a range of new features, designed for the modern workplace. Upgrade to...

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  • June 4, 2019

Bye Bye Windows 7

Are you ready to say Bye Bye to Windows 7? Microsoft has advised that as of 14th January 2020 there will no longer be any support for Windows 7. It is important to understand these changes, the impact to you, and the devices in your organization affected by it so...

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