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Mε μεγάλη χαρά σας προσκαλούμε στην εκδήλωση Windows 10 Device Days, η οποία θα πραγματοποιηθεί την Τρίτη 23 Φεβρουαρίου 2016, στο Grand Hotel Palace, στη Θεσσαλονίκη.
Μάθετε πώς να προωθήσετε την κατάλληλη συσκευή Windows 10 στους πελάτες σας.
Η εγγραφή είναι απαραίτητη. Εξασφαλίστε τη θέση σας τώρα. Σας περιμένουμε!
Microsoft announced a new set of Windows 10 courses, probably available from October 2015. You can check them here:
It’s official: you can now download the new build of Windows 10 Technology Preview. So what you have to do is to go to PC Settings –> Update and Recovery –> Preview builds. Check for a new build and let Windows do the upgrade. I;ve noticed that this is an in-place upgrade, meaning that you’ll not loose your current user profile:
As soon as the upgrade starts, you’ll need to restart your computer a few times, having the option to decide when to restart:
After the upgrade, the first thing that you notice is a window animation every time you open an application or when you minimize an open window. There is the option to turn it off however, just from the PC Settings:
There is also a Battery Saver option, just like in Windows Phone:
For those that use a Windows Phone, there is also the Datasense feature, letting you control the amount of data that you consume for network connections:
Notifications appear now as a new icon in the taskbar:
Unfortunately I couldn’t find Cortana anywhere, but I still don’t know if it’s related to the regional settings of the computer, just like in Windows Phone.
There is an easy way to customize Start menu layout in Windows 10 using Group Policy. This new setting allows administrators to determine which live tiles will be pinned to users’ Start menus. When the setting is enabled, users cannot add or remove tiles. All you need to do is pin and arrange the tiles on the Start menu as required, and use the PowerShell command below to export the layout to an .xml file:
export-startlayout –path c:\startmenu\start.xml –for startmenu
and copy the XML file that you created to your file server, so it can be accessible from the network. Then you can simply enable the Start Menu Layout setting in Group Policy:
- In the Group Policy Object Editor, expand User Configuration, Administrative Templates and click Start Menu and Taskbar.
- Double click Start Menu Layout.
- In the Start Screen Layout dialog box, click Enabled.
- In the Start Layout File box, type the path to the *.xml configuration file you previously created using export-startlayout. The file should be located on a share folder on your company file server.
- Then click OK.
So when the Group Policy applies, users will not be able to change the layout of the Start menu in Windows 10.