In this article I'll outline the steps I had to take to get Team Foundation Server 2010 server (TFS) upgraded to TFS 2012. This is just one particular example of the various upgrade paths that might exist, but should give everyone a good rundown on how the process typically works. I won't cover every possible upgrade scenario in this example, but I will briefly list some of them before digging in deeper.
Topic: Software | Windows | Windows 8
Multiple sources reveal Windows Blue 8.1 to have boot to desktop option among other features (video)
Windows Blue (Windows 8.1) which is coming later in the year, most likely in the fall, may have the option to boot directly to the desktop. This would make power users who prefer getting straight to the desktop experience happy and not require third party workarounds, though we had previously outlined some easy ways to boot directly to the desktop for the current iteration of Windows 8.
With the growing use of home media servers and home theater PCs (HTPCs), many of us now turn to larger capacity hard drives. The traditional trend is to use a server with hardware RAID to take many smaller drives and turn them in to one larger drive for media, but many software based RAID options now exist to help keep the hardware cost down and simplify making large arrays that are protected from hardware failure. Keep in mind that RAID is never a substitute for backup, however. In this article we take a look at the software solution called FlexRAID, which can let your computer and take hard drives and act as a NAS (network attached storage).
Microsoft Office 2013 has a variety of options when it comes to purchasing or subscribing to it. These options can seem very confusing to the consumer at first. Of the various forms of Office 2013 there is the Office 365 suite, the stand alone desktop version, and Office web-based apps. Here we will examine each and try to make sense of it all.