PC World had what I would describe as a bizarre encounter with Microsoft this week, when asking about a new feature in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update.
Those of us that busted our rumps to get our fleets/dozens/hundreds of PCs upgraded to Windows 10 in time for July 29, may have some reason for temper at Microsoft. It turns out the deadline was mostly a myth.
Many VAIO computers for some reason, doesn’t like GPT-formatted UEFI flash drives in NTFS. Unfortunately, this is a valid Windows install drive format.
Following up on my article yesterday, and beating a dead horse, this is a reminder that the free upgrade to Windows 10 ends on July 29th. I’ll also share a couple options to lock in your rights, in case you aren’t quite ready to upgrade.
If you have anything other than a BIOS key that activates Windows 10 on one of your computers, you will want to read this. This includes Pro upgrades and/or upgrades from previous retail versions of Windows.
What is arguably the best memory tester for UEFI-compatble computers just got a major update.
By banning @Milo, Twitter has made Milo Yiannopoulos into a martyr. Based on their public replies, I don’t think Twitter gets the ramifications of that just yet. Twitter should take this moment to learn, reflect, and reform.
Mitsubishi and Fiat-Chrysler are in an excellent position to revive Diamond Star Motors.
For a limited time, you can get free one-day passes to the exhibit hall at the Intel Developer Forum.