Category Archives: Windows as a service

Deploying Windows 10: Making the update experience smooth and seamless, my notes

Introduction Microsoft Ignite 2018 is in full swing with packed sessions and thousands of attendees, here are my notes from another Windows 10 session, this time related to updates and deployment. The session is “BRK3027 – Deploying Windows 10: Making … Continue reading

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Deploying Windows 10 in the enterprise using traditional and modern techniques, my notes from the Ignite session

Introduction Yesterday I was stuck in my hotel room with a terrible cold (flu) but I motivated myself to get out of bed and attend some sessions today, as that is what Microsoft Ignite is all about. I just attended … Continue reading

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New Windows as a service guidance available

Introduction Windows as a service provides a new way to think about building, deploying, and servicing the Windows operating system. The Windows as a service model is focused on continually providing new capabilities and updates while maintaining a high level … Continue reading

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