VM vs. DISM – patch Tuesday updating

I just read a quick debate on Twitter between Johan Arwidmark and Mike Terrill on the topic of which path makes for smaller Windows Images when you are doing the quick monthly incremental updates. You know them as Microsoft “Patch Tuesdays”. So just yesterday (Aug. 8, 2017) the most recent cumulative update came out. And […]

Deployment Bunny for the win

Had the privilege to study under the two “Jedi Masters” themselves Johan and Mikael this summer in Redmond, and some of what they covered there they presented last week at Ignite. Check out their video below! Mikael covers using MDT to build images, which is my preferred way to build images. Its definitely worth checking out! […]

It’s a bargain, I tell ya’!

The FBI paid approximately $900,000 to a third party to help break into the iPhone 5c of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook, U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein said recently when questioning FBI director James Comey at a Senate Judiciary Committee oversight hearing. via Sen. Feinstein claims FBI paid $900K to crack San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone — […]

The Elephant Bone Yard of popular electronics past

The Raiders of the Lost Walmart is a recurring series here at Consumerist, where the brave explorers who read this site excavate their local discount stores, finding ancient treasures along the way. What we mean is that readers send us pictures of overpriced electronics that are obsolete or even unusable, and that will probably never… via […]

Sadly, my hometown supermarket is caught in the recall

Golf balls and potatoes are both round, dimpled, and typically found on the ground. That’s about all they have in common, though, so the recall of hash browns produced by McCain Foods and sold under supermarkets’ private labels that may contain diced golf balls is still an interesting agricultural mystery. Now another retailer, northeastern chain… via […]