So the latest Windows Insider build apparently nags you to stay with Edge, because it’s good enough or something. And now everyone’s shitting their pants over how outrageous this move… Read more »
ICMPv6 is pretty crucial for IPv6 to work correctly. Unfortunately, to this day, Windows 10 still blocks those packets by default. Here’s how to let them through. Open Start /… Read more »
Install Red Alert 2 with defaults (C:\Westwood\RA2). Install the Red Alert 2 1.006 patch. Run Ra2.exe as administrator once. This registers some type libraries as needed. Apply the required compatibility… Read more »
I don’t normally blog about Insider builds (maybe I should), but I must say this build is pretty sweet. Currently I’m in search of a good browser. I’ve been using… Read more »
I only realized this now… I guess this came down with the November Update. It only took them like 20 years to figure out: Yay!
After removing the Windows 10 November Update, apparently the ISOs and the Media Creation Tool are back. Here’s the explanation: Recently we learned of an issue that could have impacted… Read more »
So Windows 10 has this great misfeature of updating drivers on its own no matter what you do. No, we’re not talking about the Home edition where you can’t disable… Read more »
Even though the Office 365 team promised 2FA to arrive in Outlook by the end of 2014, it’s still MIA. That’s why it’s so ironic that the consumer-grade Mail app… Read more »