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    Windows 8 Support Has Ended

    Are you still running Windows 8 and haven’t upgraded to Windows 8.1.  If so, mainstream support and extended support has ended as of January 12, 2016. If you are still running Windows 8 there will be no new security patches or technical support offered.  It is a simple upgrade to Windows 8.1 from Windows 8 … Continue reading Windows 8 Support Has Ended

    Running Java Apps in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

    Microsoft Edge is the new, built from the ground up browser included in Windows 10. It’s quite impressive actually. It’s fast, it launches cleanly, and it has tons of security improvements. One of the biggest security improvements is a dual-edged sword that you should know about. Microsoft Edge only runs add-ins and extensions that are … Continue reading Running Java Apps in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10

    Windows 10 – Deployment Wipe-and-Load, In-Place and Provisioning

    This post is from our recent three-part Windows 10 webinar series. You can watch the video replay of the entire Windows 10 webinars at the following links. Windows 10 Features and Navigation Windows instructor Steve Fullmer introduces the navigation and some of the new features associated with Windows 10 including Sysinternals Tools for Windows Client … Continue reading Windows 10 – Deployment Wipe-and-Load, In-Place and Provisioning

    Binding and Unbinding File and Printer Sharing To Specific Adapters in Windows 10

    If you’re like me, you have more than one network connection on your PC. For example, my desktop computer has two wired Ethernet adapters and one Wi-Fi adapter. And those are just the physical adapters… there are also virtual adapters for remote access and virtualization. For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our course schedule. Some … Continue reading Binding and Unbinding File and Printer Sharing To Specific Adapters in Windows 10

    Windows 10 – Business Features

    This post is from our recent three-part Windows 10 webinar series. You can watch the video replay of the entire Windows 10 webinars at the following links. Windows 10 Features and Navigation Windows instructor Steve Fullmer introduces the navigation and some of the new features associated with Windows 10 including Sysinternals Tools for Windows Client … Continue reading Windows 10 – Business Features

    Where did BIOS [UEFI] Setup Go in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10?

    Kali.org recently released version 2.0 of Kali Linux which Mike Danseglio like to demonstrate in our Security+  and Certified Ethical Hacking CEHv9 courses. Kali Linux easily fits onto a 32GB USB 3.0 drive and allows you to boot directly into an extremely powerful security (hacking?) system. Mike quickly updated my Patriot USB stick for me, and I raced … Continue reading Where did BIOS [UEFI] Setup Go in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10?

    Windows 10 – New Terminology

    This post is from our recent three-part Windows 10 webinar series. You can watch the video replay of the entire Windows 10 webinars at the following links. Windows 10 Features and Navigation Windows instructor Steve Fullmer introduces the navigation and some of the new features associated with Windows 10 including Sysinternals Tools for Windows Client … Continue reading Windows 10 – New Terminology

    How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux

    I use Kali Linux extensively when doing penetration testing and security assessments. Besides being fast, Kali Linux has pretty much every security tool I need built right in. On top of that, it’s free! For instructor-led Windows 10 training, see our course schedule. Another benefit, the topic of this blog, is that Kali Linux is … Continue reading How to Create a Bootable USB Installation for Kali Linux