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Disabling Windows Update in Windows 10 IoT Core

If you’re working with Windows 10 IoT Core on your devices and have wondered how you can disable Windows Update, well wonder no more! This article will detail out the steps needed to disable this service.

John Adali by John Adali

Study Suggests Windows 10 can Increase ROI for Enterprises

More than 400 million monthly-active devices are now running Windows 10. Recently, Forrester Consulting released a study quantifying impacts of Windows 10 adoption since the platform’s release in 2015. According to Forrester’s first “Total Economic Impact” (TEI) study based on four customers using Windows 10, IT management costs were down, and customers were benefiting from increased security and productivity.

Concurrency Blog by Concurrency Blog

Windows Defender vs. Windows Defender ATP

Beyond turning on a firewall, the next basic steps to protecting a system are to activate anti-virus and anti-malware software. Windows now provides these functions built-in, in the form of the Windows Defender tool. (Users have the option of turning off Windows Defender and instead using third-party tools.) Windows Defender provides classic, signature-based analysis on a real-time basis. That is, if a user tries to launch a file recognized as bad, Defender intervenes. Note that while IT administrators might also benefit from a management tool to harvest reporting data from Defender, the tool itself operates effectively without any other software installed.
 

Concurrency Blog by Concurrency Blog

Starting from scratch with Windows 10 Anniversary Update

With the release of Windows 10 Anniversary update, many of us will be upgrading to it. But many of us will also be installing it from scratch. You can cut down the time your machine is out of service by automating application installation with a simple script.

Carl Schweitzer by Carl Schweitzer