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Tuning Microsoft Windows 10 Part 0: Which version/build do I use

My series on Microsoft Windows 10 starts with an article about Windows 10 builds. When designing a VDI environment these days you need to decide whether to use Microsoft Windows 7, 8.x or 10. This is hard as the customer wants a new version to make sure they are ready for the future. you as …
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Office 2013 on Windows 10, CPU usages through the roof

Office 2013 on Windows 10, CPU usages through the roof In a current project we face an issue, of course our sales department would like to only talk about our successes but I think sharing our issues will show how we deal with these issues. Helping others before they jump into the same issues is …
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Tuning Microsoft Windows 10 Part 5: Resource usage through the roof, new guidelines are needed

I’ve been writing a series about Microsoft Windows 10 and how we can tune and deploy it in a VDI environment. Microsoft Windows 10 and to be more specific the 1607 build is some piece of work. I’ve been working in this field for a number of years, first VDI environment I set up was …
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Tuning Microsoft Windows 10 for VDI – Part3 : services and scheduled tasks

This is the third part of the series about Microsoft Windows 10 for VDI, the first two parts were about setting up the virtual machine and installing Windows 10. This blog post is about tuning the Microsoft Windows 10, so about Windows services and the schedules tasks. Tuning a VDI desktop is the most important …
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Tuning Microsoft Windows 10 for VDI – Part 1, creating the virtual machine

For a while I’ve been working with a customer to deploy a new workspace environment with Microsoft Windows 10. I’ve been in this business for several years and been tuning for a while. I noticed Microsoft Windows 10 tuning takes a bit more work than Microsoft Windows 7 or XP was. I thought perhaps a …
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