Windows 10

Microsoft upgraded 190,000 devices to Windows 11 in five weeks. What can organizations learn from Microsoft’s internal rollout?

To accomplish the upgrade, Microsoft used a variety of its products and services during the various phases.

Although Microsoft upgraded 190,000 devices to Windows 11, it failed to disclose important information that would provide real context.

In this episode, Mary Jo Foley and Directions on Microsoft analyst Wes Miller talk about Windows on ARM, Apple silicon Macs, and the feasibility of using Windows on ARM running virtually on a modern Mac.

Windows Autopatch, a new service that automates the process of deploying feature and quality updates for the Windows client, is now in public preview.

Screenshot shows the Configure IE mode for Edge Browser Tool; organizations may need to use IE mode, as IE support on Windows ended on June 15, 2022.

This kit will help organizations plan a migration from Windows 10 to Windows 11 before Windows 10 leaves support.

Organizations can deploy one of three Windows 10 editions; choosing the optimal edition is a matter of balancing security and management.

Windows 10 Pro for Workstations allows the Windows OS to take advantage of server-level hardware.

Windows 10 version 1903 (the “May Update”) became generally available on May 21, 2019.