Category Archives: Windows 10

Web content filtering will be offered as part of Microsoft Defender ATP

Web content filtering will be offered as part of Microsoft Defender ATP

Web content filtering is a new feature in Microsoft Defender ATP that enables security administrators to track and regulate access to websites based on specified content categories. Microsoft offers a public preview of Web content filtering, so interested users can give it a try.

PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 6 released

PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 6 released

PowerShellGet is a PowerShell module with commands for discovering, installing, updating and publishing the PowerShell artifacts like Modules, DSC Resources, Role Capabilities and Scripts. Microsoft has released a Preview version of the module that interested users can finally try.

PowerShell 7.1.0 Preview 5 is out

PowerShell 7.1.0 Preview 5 is out

The PowerShell team has introduced a new preview version of PowerShell.  Here is what to expect in the upcoming PowerShell 7.1 platform, and what has already changed in Preview 5.

Your Phone app now allows deleting photos from the phone, more

Your Phone app now allows deleting photos from the phone, more

Microsoft has updated the Your Phone app with a couple of new features. Now the app allows you to directly delete photos stored on your linked smartphone. There's also a minor change in the UI that now allows pinning the app to the taskbar with one click.

Disable Auto Deletion of Memory Dumps on Low Disk Space in Windows 10

Disable Auto Deletion of Memory Dumps on Low Disk Space in Windows 10

How to Disable Automatic Deletion of BSOD Memory Dumps on Low Disk Space in Windows 10

With the default settings, Windows 10 performs an automatic restart when a blue screen of death (BSOD) crash happens. It show the crash code to the user, and then creates a minidump of the RAM, and then it restarts. Windows 10 automatically deletes old memory dumps, but you can change this behavior.

Enable or Disable Indexing of Network Locations in Photos in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Indexing of Network Locations in Photos in Windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Indexing of Network Locations in Photos in Windows 10

Windows 10 ships with a Photos app which replaced the Windows Photo Viewer and Photo Gallery. Its tile is pinned to the Start menu. It comes with tight integration with Microsoft's very own cloud solution, OneDrive. With the latest update, Windows 10 Photos has received the ability to index network locations for faster image rendering.

Enable New Start Menu in Windows 10 Build 20161

Enable New Start Menu in Windows 10 Build 20161

How to enable the new Start Menu in Windows 10 Build 20161

A few days ago Microsoft released a new Dev build (formerly Fast Ring) to Insiders. Microsoft has introduced a new Start menu in this build, which is notable for new color schemes and a refined look of tiles. However, due to the A/B testing Microsoft is performing, not every Insider has received the new Start menu. We today will look how to force enable it, even if you do not have the new menu out of the box.

Enable or Disable Video Input in Windows Sandbox in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Video Input in Windows Sandbox in Windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Video Input in Windows Sandbox in Windows 10

Windows Sandbox is an isolated, temporary, desktop environment where you can run untrusted software without the fear of lasting impact to your PC. Starting in Windows 10 build 20161, it is possible to enable or disable video input in Windows Sandbox.