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  • Blog Post: Enterprise Mode Internet Explorer

    With the release of Windows 8.1 Update, enterprises have a new tool at their disposal for addressing issues with older web sites. This new feature, called Enterprise Mode IE, effectively enables IE 11 to run web pages that otherwise would only work in IE 8. And this isn’t just for Windows 8.1 – you can...
  • Blog Post: Experimenting with WIMBoot using MDT 2013

    With the release of the Windows 8.1 Update, there is a new mechanism available for running Windows called Windows Image Boot, or WIMBoot for short. For details about what this is and how it works, see the Springboard blog . Although MDT 2013 doesn’t include any specific support for WIMBoot ...
  • Blog Post: Another Windows 8.1 Update tip

    With the Windows 8.1 Update’s release to MSDN yesterday, people are discovering the various improvements in the new release. Here’s one that I noticed in PC Settings: See the new “Manage known connections” link? Click it and now you can remove existing wireless connections (as long as they weren’t pushed...
  • Blog Post: Configuring file associations in Windows 8.1

    When you are using Windows 8.1 (or Windows 8, which behaves the same way), you may notice that some file types (mapped by file extension) are opened by modern apps while others may be opened by desktop apps. If you are a tablet user, you may not want the desktop apps; if you are a laptop or desktop user...