Posts about Windows

Some users of the Linx 1010b tablet may have noticed that their device fails to recognise any major Windows 10 updates beyond November 2016. The biggest giveaway to this is seeing messages on the app store prompting the user to upgrade to Windows 10 Anniversary Update, or upgrading to a tablet with more features. The…

When attempting to use Git for version control, or importing external packages on Microsoft Visual Studio 2015 – some enterprise users may come across the¬†ECMDERR error. This is caused by a conflict between Git and Microsoft Visual Studio. It appears that the issue occurs in a limited number of corporate or enterprise IT networks, and…

We all rely heavily on data and it is extremely crucial that we have a backup plan to prepare for us in case a disaster was to happen. With EaseUS Todo Backup, it allows you to clone partition , move windows to ssd and clone hdd to ssd. Solid state drive has become cheaper and…

Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest innovation on the operating systems front, has begun deploying to users almost two weeks ago. But, as software developers must very well know, bugs sneak into any code, no matter how well it’s verified. Windows 10 is not an exception. With the number of PCs running Windows 10 growing, people start…

One of the most requested troubleshooting requests I get from my clients is how to transfer emails¬†from Outlook Express (on their very old laptop or computer) to Mozilla Thunderbird or Microsoft Outlook on their new tablet, computer or laptop. Unfortunately, most email accounts are not set up correctly to sync with an online database which…

So it’s finally here. Windows 10. As we flock to the new operating system offering from Microsoft, many of you will find yourself needing a bootable USB drive to install the new OS on to a clean hard-drive. Most experts would strongly recommend you backup all of your personal files and install Windows 10 on…

Windows 10 has been in public beta testing for several months now, and the response has been good. It seems that Microsoft has brought back the Desktop and Start Menu we all became accustomed to up to Windows 7 – as well as a bunch of other great features. Some of my favourite features include…

Microsoft have decided to ditch the idea of Windows 9 altogether and begin working on Windows 10. Currently, users have the ability to download and install a technical preview of Windows 10 which is a beta version of the OS to be launched. Users have been warned it is full of bugs and has been…

The digital age has quickly moved from from CD-ROMs for storage and distribution of software. Since the days of Microsoft Windows Vista, users have been able to download ISO files of Microsoft Windows operating systems and burn them manually to a disk or create a bootable USB drive to complete the installation. DigitalRiver was the…

The latest update by the Unicode Consortium packs 2,834 new characters of which 250 are emojis. Unicode is one of many systems used to convert binary digital signals (1’s and 0’s) to characters you see on your screen. Unicode was drafted to be a universal code used by all manufacturers to ensure characters could be…

I’d forgive you for looking over this post the moment you saw the term ‘Internet Explorer’. For years now, it has lagged way behind competition and is by no means the popular browser it once was. Labelled as obnoxious by IT pros and terrible to use by anyone else – Microsoft are desperate to get…