Minasi's Guide to Managing Windows 10: New Windows, New Tools
Most who've seen Windows 10 say it's interesting, with multiple desktops, "Continuum" tablet/desktop split, Cortana, etc. It's "different" to manage—more so if you're not still supporting Windows 8.1. There's a smarter command line. Control Panel shares a stage with "Settings," a radical redesign of the finger-and-tablet-friendly "immersive" configuration tool that first appeared in Windows 8. The Windows 10 PowerShell includes over 100 new cmdlets, with one-liners to install apps from different sources, zip file creation and control, modern event tracking, a new way to get to modules, etc. Get the answers from veteran Windows watcher Mark Minasi in this quick yet complete look at cool new Tools of Control in Windows 10!