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"
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For those of you not familiar with the Windows Task Scheduler, it allows you to run programs (tasks) based on a at a certain time (schedule) … task scheduler … get it? You’ll find it in the Control Panel, under Administrative Tools.