I was recently fortunate enough to win a Linx 8 tablet in a competition the Microsoft UK partner team were running. Up until this point my tablet of choice was an original Surface RT. Unfortunately, in recent months I’ve used that tablet more and more just for Office. It’s immensely useful for OneNote and Outlook
I wrote about how to achieve this way back in 2007! It’s one of the more popular things I’ve written about and I still refer back to it pretty often. The steps were for Windows XP and mostly worked for Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. That said there are more options available now
A client recently purchased a couple of Surface Pro 2 devices and needed some help getting them set up. I’d got everything as I wanted and was just about to hand them back when my phone rang. I took the call and by the time I came back the device had gone into standby mode.
My last post talked about using RDP 8.0 for multiple monitor support. It reminded me of something useful when accessing Windows 8 and Windows 2012 Servers remotely. When you’re working remotely getting access to the start screen and the charms can be a bit “fiddly” especially over slower connections. Start screen? No where to click!
It’s safe to say I’m a multiple monitor fan. It’s a setup I’ve been using for a long time and I really notice the difference when I have to use a single screen. (I use three in the office and two at home) Working remotely though can have an impact on this. Up until the
It’s overdue as I’ve been in possession of a HP TouchPad for almost a month now but also I’ve wanted to write about tablets/slates/whatever for a while but I had so many different things to talk about the post jumped all over the place and I scrapped just about everything I’d written! So here’s my