I’m playing with Hyper-V for the first time (I’ve always used VirtualBox in the past) and as law dictates, I ran into an error that put me at a standstill. Here’s how I solved it (I promise, it was easy). Continue reading A Mysterious Hyper-V Error: Windows Cannot Find the Microsoft Software License Terms.
About a year ago now I purchased a Lenovo X1 Carbon (gen 3). I saw it at CES and bought it as soon as it was available. So far I’ve been pretty happy with it, with one major exception: I couldn’t USB boot. Continue reading Enabling USB Boot on the Lenovo X1 Carbon
As you use your computer all kinds of applications decide they want to run when Windows starts up. Sometimes this is good, like in the case of your anti-virus, other times it’s annoying, such as an auto-updater for an app you don’t really use. Worse, even, than the fact that they’re there is that they can slow your computer down. By disabling them, you can save precious seconds off your boot times. Continue reading Disabling Startup Apps in Windows 10 and 8
I’m sure at one time or another we’ve all had an email address we outgrew, or stopped liking (Yahoo?). You could try and go and find all the accounts that are set to email that account by hand, change them all, and hope that you didn’t miss one. Or you could just forward all the emails to something new. The following guide will help you out with that. Continue reading Forwarding Your Email
Snipping Tool is one of my favorite tools for creating tutorials.
Naturally all my interesting stuff is done on my server. I was just happily clicking along getting ready to make another guide and went to open Snipping Tool. There wasn’t a Snipping Tool. So I decided to figure out how to enable it. Continue reading Adding Snipping Tool to Windows Server 2012