Tag Archives: Windows 10

BitLocker to Go READER in Windows 10

Microsoft has provided BitLocker since the Enterprise and Ultimate versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. The Vista release could only encrypt operating system partitions (with some extended capability through the command line tool). Windows 7 inclusion extended whole drive encryption capabilities to additional partitions and to removable drives. Encryption of removable drives was labeled … Continue reading BitLocker to Go READER in 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

Why Windows 10 is a “Game-Changer”

In this video, Mike presents why Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system will become a Game-Changer. By Mike Danseglio In this video, Mike presents why Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system will become a Game-Changer. Video Transcription: Windows 10 has changed significantly from Windows 7 and Windows 8 / 8.1. It has changed both architecturally with design … Continue reading Why Windows 10 is a “Game-Changer”

Windows 10 – Ready, Set …

I continue to play with Windows 10. Play is the operative word. I haven’t found sufficient power to cause me to use Windows 10 as my primary system. Not yet. As my director suggested, “Pioneers catch the arrows”. One shouldn’t expect any less when reviewing a technical preview. Microsoft still has considerable work to do … Continue reading Windows 10 – Ready, Set …