A few months ago, I had the chance to collaborate with my wife, Theresa Black, on a presentation for the Microsoft HiEd conference about Microsoft Teams for the Online Classroom. Theresa is a Lecturer in Biology and Chemistry at Penn State Scranton. During the pandemic, she has used Teams in a few different ways for … Continue reading "Microsoft Teams for the Online Classroom"
While I’ve typically done a fair amount of remote work, we’ve all been doing even more this year. One thing that I find myself doing more and more often is remoting into a Windows 10 desktop in the office from home using Remote Desktop (RDP). While servers are tuned by default for RDP to be … Continue reading "Improve performance of Windows Remote Desktop"
OEM computers now tend to ship with the Windows product key embedded in the BIOS. This key is, of course, specific to the edition of Windows that comes on the computer. That’s all well and good, until you try to do a clean installation of another edition of Windows on the computer. Here’s my scenario: Purchased … Continue reading "Specify Windows 10 Edition for a Clean Install"