Use Windows PowerShell to put a virtual machine into a saved state.
Every little bit helps when it comes to saving time. On Thursday, Microsoft announced two new mice to speed your work via a button on the side that gives you quick access to specific Windows features. These are the first mice from Microsoft to include a Windows button, which, in the case of the Sculpt Comfort Mouse, gives you access to advanced functionality in Windows 8.
The Sculpt Comfort Mouse is a perfect companion to the Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Microsoft announced last fall, and includes a touch-sensitive blue strip on its side called the ”Windows touch tab.” When pressed, it takes you to your Start screen, just like the Windows buttons on keyboards, PCs and tablets.
The following is a post from Frank X. Shaw, Corporate Vice President of Corporate Communications at Microsoft. It was originally published on the Official Microsoft Blog.
It’s been another one of those weeks here in Redmond – equal parts exhausting and exhilarating, and one where I have to remind myself just how privileged I am to work with such amazing people.
If you haven’t had the opportunity, I encourage you to set aside some time this weekend to watch this great discussion about the making of Xbox One that Major Nelson hosted with Todd Holmdahl, corporate vice president of IEB hardware; Boyd Multerer, partner director of development for the Xbox; Nick Baker, distinguished engineer, Xbox; and Dan Greenawalt, creative director of Xbox Turn 10 Studios, the team that brings you Forza Motorsport.
The following is a post from Frank X. Shaw, Corporate Vice President of Corporate Communications at Microsoft.
It's been a while since we did a Forza Friday post but with Forza Motorsport 5 breaking cover this week, it seems like time.