Monthly Archives: August 2016

PowerShell – the .Net Factor

PowerShell is a command shell and a scripting language. It easily outclasses both VBScript and the DOS-derived command shell available in Windows; but one of the areas that takes a bit of getting used to is the availability of the … Continue reading

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What I use – Deployment of Windows tablets

Some of the work I do involves the deployment of Windows devices. Desktops, laptops and tablets running Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. The best software tool to use is definitely the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). The most difficult form factor … Continue reading

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Moving On…

We’re moving… ISP that is. We’ve used Demon Internet here at the Labs since 1992 – the days of the tenner-a-month forum on CIX and needing to dial a national rate phone number to get your internet on a dial-up … Continue reading

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