Category: Windows

Populate Active Directory with Test User Accounts

  In this Ask the Admin, I’ll use a PowerShell script to populate Active Directory with test user accounts. Active Directory (AD) is the chosen user-authentication mechanism in most organizations and a key infrastructure component that’s central to giving users access to business applications. Because of …

Patch Tuesday January 2018

  This month’s Patch Tuesday is one of the most interesting in a while. Not just because the patches Microsoft was preparing for release today came a week early, but also because of the potential issues these patches might cause. Patch Tuesday came early this month …

Top 3 Free Antivirus Solutions of 2018 for Windows 10

If you are still paying for an AntiVirus solution for your Windows computer, you are wasting your hard-earned money because here are 3 free AntiVirus solutions for you, especially if you are already using Windows 10. Windows Defender Windows Defender is Microsoft’s answer to all free …

Windows 10 New Way to Free Up Disk Space

Microsoft is gradually moving all of Window 10’s native setting UI from WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) to UWP (Universal Windows Platform). This is in line with what Microsoft has been pushing towards since the introduction of Windows 10. The latest change comes to a new way …

How To Use Emoji Natively on Windows 10

Emoji is getting so popular that how Windows 10 can miss the ride. Believe it or not, according to Emojipedia’s changelog, it even supports middle finger Emoji at one point. Windows 8 was the first version of Windows that supports Emoji out of the box but …

How to move windows across Virtual Desktops on Windows 10

  Windows 10 introduced built-in functionality for Virtual Desktops. Even if you don’t use multiple monitors, virtual desktops can be very handy when you want to switch from work to play or vice versa. You can create many virtual desktops and enjoy multitasking at another level. …