Windows 10 Launch Day

Windows 10 Impressions

by Eric Riz

After more than two weeks of using the released version of Windows 10, Eric Riz offers his impressions of an OS he uninstalled when it was in preview.

5 Critical Windows 10 Enhancements Every Business User Must Know and Use!

by Eric Riz

Now that Windows 10 is available, what enhancements will business users find valuable? Eric describes five that he thinks most users will see productivity from.

Governing Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP

by Eric Riz

As Microsoft releases a new version of Windows, companies must contend with support and governance of 5 versions of Windows in their corporate environments. Now is the time to create a governance policy for operating systems and consider replacing those Windows XP machines that are no longer supported.

Introducing Windows 10: the Last Windows Upgrade You’ll Ever Do

by Corey Roth

What's not to love about a free upgrade to Windows 10? The OS is solid and the reviews are very good. If you've been dragging your feet about whether to upgrade your OS, Corey Roth says you should do it and explains why.

Managing Windows 10 Upgrade Remorse

by Eric Riz

Some people who upgrade to Windows 10 will have some remorse. That's natural. In this article, you'll learn how to plan now to gather their feedback and address their concerns in a way that is productive for everyone.

Planning Your Organization’s Windows 10 Upgrade

by Eric Riz

We're just a few days from the release of Windows 10. How many people in your organization have admin authority to upgrade their computers to the next release? Has your team discussed this? I've included a table to get the conversation going in the right direction.

IT Pros and Developers: Time for Windows 10

by Corey Roth

If you haven't yet tried Windows 10 because you're stuck in a 90s mindset that you'll wait for the ISO and then a year or more later for a service pack, those days are gone. Corey lays out why that thinking is not how it works anymore and why you want to try Windows 10 now.

Introducing Microsoft Edge, the Default Web Browser in Windows 10

by Corey Roth

Microsoft released three first ring versions of Windows 10 this week, and today (July 2, 2015) they're up to build 10058. Microsoft Edge (formerly "Project Spartan" is now the default browser. Corey walks through the updates to Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer 11 is also available for compatibility purposes.

What’s Windows 10 All About?

by Eric Riz

What's really interesting about Windows 10? It will help people achieve more. It's a change from past versions of Windows (in particular Windows 7) and end users familiar with old ways will be wary of some significant changes in the new version.