Next OS on the Chopping Block: Windows 10

Windows 10 has been an integral part of many users’ digital lives for several years. Microsoft has recently announced the end of support for Windows 10, however, which has raised concerns and questions among its many users. This week, we will delve into the details of Windows 10’s end of support, its implications, and what […]

Checking In on Windows 11 Adoption

Has your business implemented the next iteration of the Windows operating system yet? If not, you’re not alone. Adoption has been progressing at a snail’s pace, and according to industry professionals, it’s not going to ramp up for quite some time. Still, recent surveys and polls indicate that Windows 11 adoption is far lower than […]

Tip of the Week: Take a Screenshot in Windows 10

There is one key on the keyboard that might seem a little odd: PrtSc. It’s not immediately obvious what this key does or why you would want to use it, but we assure you that it is an extremely helpful keyboard shortcut. In reality, the PrtSc key is important for taking screenshots on your Windows […]

Microsoft is Gearing Up to Retire Windows 8.1

With Windows 11 releasing sometime this year, most users are looking to upgrade to hardware that actually supports it, but today we are instead focusing on upgrading away from one of the more controversial of Microsoft’s recent operating systems, Windows 8.1. With its end-of-life date creeping up in January 2023, it’s never too early to […]

Working with a Virtual Desktop in Windows 10

With Windows 10, you have no shortage of features and capabilities to take advantage of. One such capability is the use of a virtual desktop. Found near the Start button in your taskbar, the Task View button enables you to create and manage these virtual desktops, which we’ll discuss here.

What’s the Difference Between Restarting and Turning It Off?

The obvious difference is that one leaves you with a computer that’s turned off while the other results in it being turned on again, but there are other important differences that are present behind the scenes. Let’s go over a few of these differences and how they impact when you should restart your computer versus […]

With Multiple Windows EOL Events, You Need to Have a Plan

Jan. 14 marks the end of two Microsoft operating systems: Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. After these titles are retired, using them could quickly result in a major problem for your business’ IT security. If you haven’t made the switch to other solutions by now, you are running out of options. Let’s quickly […]