Microsoft has released ‘Windows 10 November update‘ also knows as version ‘1511’, also known as “Threshold 2” (TH2) or build 10.0.10586. The November update includes additional features and improvements and is a different update than the ‘Cumulative update for Windows 10: November 10, 2015‘ (Security Update for Microsoft Windows (KB3105213). You can download these ISO’s...Continue Reading
Bundle Commander Professional Edition has the option to easily Export and Import bundles, per bundle, selecting one or more bundles per folder or based on a collection of bundles you’ve searched for using the ‘Search’ feature. Whether you want to review or search the structure of one ore more bundles, by viewing the internal xml...Continue Reading
After ‘Base image preparation‘, you can boot a Virtual Machine (VMware Workstation or Hyper-V) with the ‘win10-ent-x64-pe.iso‘. After booting the WinPE, this will run an unattended installation of Windows 10. By using an Unattended installation components such as Windows hotfixes and additional updates can be installed automatically as part of the process ensuring a consistent...Continue Reading
After creating a Windows 10 Project, with the Deployment Wizard you can prepare your base image by creating an ISO image (win10-ent-x64-pe.iso) which contains WinPE, the setup files for Windows 10, all what’s needed to run an unattended installation (including critical updates) and to sysprep the end result. Next step is to create your base...Continue Reading
After installing Windows ADK for Windows 10, ENGL Imaging Toolkit 10 RC1 and after importing the Windows 10 x64 media files and the ZCM agent, you can create a Windows 10 x64 project: Next step is to prepare your base image. Continue Reading
Today ENGL has released ENGL Imaging Toolkit 10 Preview (RC1). Imaging Toolkit 10 Preview is a pre-release version of Imaging Toolkit 10 which is scheduled for release in September. Based on customer requests, ENGL is making Imaging Toolkit 10 Preview available to existing Imaging Toolkit customers who have active maintenance or subscriptions. In Open Horizons...Continue Reading
After installing or updating to Windows 10, your default browser is set to Microsoft Edge. In previous versions of Windows, there was a desktop application installed where you could choose your default browser. Or, when starting e.g. Google Chrome of Mozilla Firefox, the browser would prompt you for selecting it as the default browser. In...Continue Reading
January 2013 we’ve started with the ‘Application Setup Center’ which is available in the ‘Professional Edition’ of Setup Commander for both current customers as well as those who have requested an evaluation license for the ‘Professional Edition’. Back then we’ve stated: “the ‘Application Setup Center’ is a kind of ‘Application Store’ for Windows applications”. Today...Continue Reading
We’ve tested the current official Novell Client for Windows 8 on Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview Build 10130. Although earlier preview builds of Windows 10 worked fine with the Novell Client, subsequent builds introduced several issues. Both during installation as well as functionality. Microsoft has confirmed it’s a regression on their end in build 10130...Continue Reading
Recently one of our customers wanted to add a language to an existing Microsoft Office deployment. The procedure to add a language is well described in this article: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc179145.aspx If you have already deployed Office, you should check the section “Modify and existing installation”. If you follow the steps in this article, you will be...Continue Reading
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