Monthly Archives: March 2015

Download The Windows 10 Technical Preview ISO March Update

If you have signed up for the Windows Insider program for Windows 10, you can now grab the ISOs so that you can more easily deploy across multiple machines and not have to go through several installs to get the latest build running. There isn’t an updated ISO for the Enterprise edition at this stage, just the 32 bit and 64 bit ISOs from the Insiders program. Editions Link to download SHA-1 hash value Editions Windows 10 Technical Preview (x64) – Build 10041

Windows ADK for Windows 10 Technical Preview updated

Download the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10 to install tools and documentation for OEMs and ODMs to customize Windows 10 images, assess the quality and performance of systems or components, and to deploy Windows operating systems to new computers. The Windows ADK includes Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (Windows ICD), the Windows Assessment Toolkit, the Windows Performance Toolkit, and several new and improved deployment tools that can help you automate a large-scale deployment of Windows 10.

Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 10041 available for installation

Gabe Aul just posted that build 10041 is now available to fast ring users. As much as I’d love to install it now, I’m connected via 4G, and this would eat my data allowance for the month. I’ll be sitting in an airline lounge in a few hours, fingers crossed their connectivity allows for a successful download so I can check out a few of the changes on my flight. I’ve been avoiding making too many posts on the Windows

More details emerging of the Office 365 and CRM Online migration to Australian Datacenters

Phil Goldie from Microsoft sent the following information through to partners in Australia… I don’t see anything listed around Intune being migrated to Australian datacenters, maybe I need to poke around a bit and find out what is happening. Dear Mark, In December 2014, we announced plans to start delivering Office 365 and Dynamics CRM Online from Australian datacentres by the end of March 2015. As these plans come to fruition, I wanted to give you an early sense of

Technical preview for Skype for Business client is now available

More good news on the preview front, Skype for Business Client is now available. It’s going to take a while for me to stop saying Lync, but here’s the announcement from the Office team. Technical preview for Skype for Business client is available today! We are excited to announce that the technical preview of the Skype for Business client is available today. Skype for Business combines a familiar Skype-inspired experience, an expanded Lync feature set, and the ability to search

IT Pro and Developer Preview of Office 2016 now available

For those eagerly awaiting a new version of Office for the Windows world, and weren’t satisfied with just the touch version for Windows 10, here is some good news. The following is from the Office team at Microsoft… Today we announced the IT Pro and Developer Preview of Office 2016 for the Windows desktop. This is the first step in our journey towards general availability later this year. Note: end-user enhancements will be shared at a later date.   The

Windows 10 Projection Improvements

Now that I’ve been using the different Windows 10 previews for a while I thought it was time I started highlighting some of the changes that I like. Some of these might seem minor, but with constant use they certainly add up. Considering the amount of time my laptop spends connected to projectors and hotel room televisions, any improvement in this area is definitely appreciated, so on to the changes in projection. Windows+P launches still launches projection options, but the

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