A Windows 10 Deployment workshop was conducted to a group of IT Professionals. The session covered the following components
- Overview of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
- Install MDT
- Perform a Lite Touch Windows Deployment
- Hands on
The session was delivered to 10 participants and was was well received by the participants and was delivered on the 26th of February 2019
Microsoft Edge has been focused in some of the recent insider previews. When someone opens the Microsoft Edge browser it contains a news feed which can be customized according to ones likings.
Below is how the customizations can be done.
Open Microsoft Edge Browser and click on personalize
Scroll down and select the category that you are interested on
For other settings, on the main page click on the settings wheel
Select the necessary change and click save
Have you ever faced a situation where you don’t remember the file name or the website you were referring a week ago and you really wanted to open it now? I have experienced it multiple times. So I started using session buddy on Chrome for my website browsing history. But there wasn’t a solution that I used for files that were stored on my computer, etc.
Microsoft has a new feature on Windows 10 called Activity History which addresses this issue. how cool is that?
If you remember, one of the key highlights when Windows 10 released was the multiple desktops and task view features. The same, Task View button on the task bar takes you to a Windows which has all the history of the applications and websites that you opened for the past 1 month.
Detailed information related to activity history is published here.
To enable or disable Activity History, do the following
1) Open Settings
3) click on Activity History
Enable or disable the check boxes according to your requirement and select the accounts that you need the activity history that needs to be enabled.
Today I got my fast ring Windows Update through the Windows Insider Preview and my computer got a new Windows 10 Build 18323.19h1_release.190119-1759. One of the changes that I noted immediately is the new banner in the Settings app.
The banner has shortcuts to OneDrive, Your Phone and Windows Update and through these shortcuts the relevant settings and management windows can be accessed.
A session for over 30 IT Managers was delivered on the 30th of January 2019. The session had the below discussion points with demo
- Windows 10 in the Enterprise
- Security in Windows 10
- Windows as a Service
- Windows Defender
- Windows Information Protection
- Windows Hello
- BitLocker and BitLocker To Go
The event was well received with questions by the participants