I am working with a client to find a piece of software that will meet his needs. One of the software packages requires .net 3.5 or higher. Many of the solutions required downloading software or opening the registry. I found a much simpler solution.
KB4056892, the Windows 10 patch to address Meltdown/Spectre installed on my laptop – Performance results are…
There has been a lot of speculation that the software patches to OS’s to address the Meltdown, Spectre could result in a 30 percent performance decrease . The update installed on my laptop on Jan 3rd and the results are.. Continue reading
I ran into a situation where I needed to manage and work with multiple Ruby installations on Rails on a Windows System. Unfortunately RBENV and RVM do not run under windows.
I found a tool called PIK but unfortunately it is no longer maintained. However, the page at Pik led me to URU. Continue readingNo tags for this post.
I can’t imagine what microsoft is thinking.. Windows 8 and 10 allows manufacturers to install crapware … AND… UNBELIEVABLY… set up the firmware so that the crapware reinstalls itself if you do a clean install of windows..
I use UVNC to remote into my desktop while I’m not in my home office.
I have been running into situations where the uvnc_service needs to be restarted. Of course, if you aren’t in front of the machine or no one is available, then you can’t restart the service. This could be a problem if you need access and are away. Continue readingNo tags for this post.
Here is a good quick video on WIndows 10. Continue reading
HowToGeek published and article that made me rethink Windows 10. My original objection to Windows 10 was that the home version would force updates with no opt out option. The article states that the update process would be ‘like chrome’. In other words, the updates would not be the same as the current Windows update process. That might mean that the update process isn’t as much of a roadblock as I originally thought.
Here are the Pros and Cons of migrating to Windows 10 as I see them now (and that will probably change) Continue reading
Howtogeek published an article detailing how Microsoft will FORCE updates on users of home versions.
It appears that Microsoft is forcing users of Home versions to be beta testers before the updates are rolled out to Business (Professional versions).
I see a number of issues with this Continue reading
Microsoft has announce that it will be ending support for Server 2003 on July 14 , 2015.
If you continue to run Server 2003 beyond this date your network becomes increasingly vulnerable to hackers as updates will no longer be available This can leave businesses open to civil and criminal actions in addition to the damage caused by being hacked. Continue reading
Microsoft announced that the release of Windows 10 is scheduled for this summer (2015).
Business owners will have to make some decisions as to which operating systems they should purchase and when. Continue reading