Results for: virtual desktop
Any view on 'Zoom' for virtual meetings?
Several organisations with whom I am in contact have started using 'Zoom' for their virtual meetings. Does any contributor have an opinion on this platform? I have not used this at all, so would welcome opinions.
What is OBS Streaming?
As the title suggests what is OBS Streaming? How can it be integrated with Windows virtual desktop?
Essential guide to working from home
Learn about setting up a secure and productive workspace, keeping a daily routine, fixing Wi-Fi and printer issues, and ways to keep the kids entertained.
Features From Windows 7 Still Exist in Windows 10
Windows 10 includes features from Windows 7 that still exist. They are: - Shake - Peek - Transparent taskbar - Snap - Fading in and out for opening programs - Pinning programs to the taskbar Except: - Flip 3D - Desktop Gadgets - HomeGroup Quickly moving the window back and forth or pressing WINDOWS LOGO + HOME on a program will minimize all open windows. The keyboard shortcut to Peek has changed. Press and hold WINDOWS LOGO + , (comma) to peek through the desktop. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + TAB opens Task View for virtual desktops, switching between programs, and opening websites from Timeline. Pressing WINDOWS LOGO + LEFT ARROW/RIGHT ARROW or moving a window to the left or right will tile it. You can also do it on another window. You can tile four windows by using Snap now. Moving a window to the top of the screen maximises it. NOTE: Windows 8 and later versions no longer include Desktop Gadgets due to security vulnerabilities. Windows 10 April 2018 Update and later no longer includes HomeGroup. However, you can still share folders with another users by configuring the sharing settings through File Explorer. Or you can access another user's computer from a network to work with folders.
Another one bites the dust
Office 2010 Office support ends tomorrow. Ofter ten years of support they will stop almost all technical support for it. But do I care? NO. I will continue to use it! I do not really care about end of life. I am running Windows XP on a desktop right now. I am running Windows Vista on another desktop. I am running windows 7 professional and windows 7 enterprise on my laptops, and windows 10 on my other desktop. Also 2000 on many virtual machines.
How do I switch out of S mode in Windows 10?
Windows 10 in S mode is designed for security and performing, allowing only apps to be downloaded and installed from Microsoft Store. Until you switch out of S mode, you're not allowed to install a desktop app. Switching out of S mode is one way and free of charge. If you switch out of it, there's no going back. To switch out of S mode: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + I and click "Update & Security" > "Activation." 2. In the "Switch to Windows 10 Home" or "Switch to Windows 10 Pro" section, click "Go to the Store." (If you also see "Upgrade your edition of Windows," try not to click "Go to the Store.") 3. In Microsoft Store, the "Switch out of S mode" (or similar) page appears. Click the "Get" button. After seeing a confirmation message, you'll be able to install desktop apps outside of Microsoft Store.
Win10's ⭐ Getting a Role in Edge❗👍👍
There are heaps of things that make Win10 great. Security, wonderful features & abilities, ease of use, customization and its updating. BUT there is one thing that is a real, true shining 🌟... something no Windows ever had before Win10 and that is Multiple Desktops OR Virtual Desktops. This opportunity to be extremely organized, to not be forced to have EVERYTHING homogenized into one desktop is fantastic. An infinate number of different fields of interest each with their own desktop is huge in making the computing experience enjoyable, flowing, productive & logical/sensible. We are even going to be able to have different wallpapers in each desktop with 21H2. ANYWAY, soon this concept is coming to Edge, called Workspaces. Tab groups will work inside the Workspaces. Oh geeez, this will be SO cool❗👍👍 Can do inside Edge, basically the same idea as multiple Desktops. WOW, coupled with Virt Desktops, how cool is that? 👍👍 Even with one desktop, can divide up the browser, itself, into 'topics' with Workspaces 😊. Cheers, Drew
Create OOBE once for a user after prepping machine
Hello! I've imaged a desktop computer for my father. Installed on the software I want and activated windows as well as office. I'm shipping it to him and want him to see the OOBE when he powers computer on so he can create his user account, sign in to microsoft account if need be, etc. Do I simply sysprep with OOBE but NOT generalize? I feel like I'm overthinking this? Thanks in advance!!
Remember the small things with Microsoft Sticky Notes
Unclutter your desktop with Microsoft Sticky Notes. Learn how to create, find, and save your notes securely across all your devices.
Quick Start Guide to Windows 10
Whether you’re picking up a Windows device for the first time or you’re a long-time computer user transitioning from Windows 7, here’s what you need to get up and running on Windows 10 quick and easy.
Windows Virtual Desktop is a free service and can be used with your existing Microsoft 365 or Windows per user license. There are no additional license costs. Save on infrastructure and IT overhead by moving all your VDI into a managed service in the cloud. See Windows Virtual Desktop pricing
Windows Virtual Desktop is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on the cloud. Here's what you can do when you run Windows Virtual Desktop on Azure: Set up a multi-session Windows 10 deployment that delivers a full Windows 10 with scalability
Windows Virtual Desktop is a desktop and app virtualization service that runs on Microsoft Azure. It lets end users connect securely to a full desktop from any device. With Microsoft Intune, you can secure and manage your Windows Virtual Desktop VMs with policy and apps at scale, after they're enrolled.
Windows Virtual Desktop session host virtual machines (VMs) including Citrix Cloud and VMW Horizon Cloud on Azure deployments are charged at Linux compute rates for Windows 10 single, Windows 10 multi-session and Windows Server. Learn how to apply your license to a deployment at the Virtual Desktop documentation.