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Windows Ventura – New drop schedule, Cronos device, Netflix ads

Every now and then I check out Windows Weekly to get a feel for happenings in the Windows world. Turns out a lot is going on. I have to admit that I hate being right about the fate of the Surface Duo. And, no, I am not moving to Windows 11 anytime soon.

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Apple Linux Windows

Warpinator: Easy Network File Transfer between Windows, Linux, Android & iOS

Warpinator free utility for making network file transfers between two computers running Linux, Windows, Android or iOS. Video includes installation in different OS, demos, preferences, and tips for dealing with potential setup issues. Warpinator was developed by the Linux Mint team, and has a GitHub page here: https://github.com/linuxmint/warpinator

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Azure Windows

Learn Microsoft Active Directory (ADDS) in 30mins

With a skillset that focuses purely on the cloud, it can leave some some companies vulnerable in terms of a lack of knowledge with on premises systems such a Windows Server 2019. In this video get a look inside Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services ADDS in order to bring you up to speed in exactly […]

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Windows

Was Windows Phone Really a $7 Billion Failure?

As someone who once was paid to evangelize Windows Phone, this video hit home hard.

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Windows

Are Windows 10 Users Being Forced To Upgrade to Windows 11?

As we get closer to the start of Microsoft’s new fiscal year on July 1st, expect there to be some desperation for people to make their numbers. Be careful out there. It seems Windows 10 users are being tricked and tempted by Microsoft to upgrade to Windows 11. These popups happen during the start up […]

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Privacy Security Windows

Can the NSA Read Your Data on Windows?

Why does Windows contain the NSAKEY, what is it for, and why was it inserted into Windows during Windows NT Service Pack 5?

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Windows

FREE Tool to Automate Your Repetitive and Boring Tasks | AutoHotkey

I’m sure you’re familiar with keyboard shortcuts. But how about creating shortcuts that work in any Windows application. AutoHotkey (AHK) is the answer to your customization needs. With AutoHotkey you can create your own shortcuts that apply to all your applications on your computer. If you’ve never used AutoHotkey, don’t worry. In this tutorial I […]

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Privacy Windows

Does Windows have Back Doors?

Retired Microsoft engineer Davepl discusses “back doors” in Windows, the implications, and how the software developer protects against such attacks from rogues, hackers, and nation-states. Understand how back doors are like the Follina zero-day exploit in Office, giving complete control of the system to the attacker.

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Livestream Windows

New Video Upload : Follow up on my giving up #Windows for #Lent

Follow up on my giving up #Windows for #Lent

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