Monthly Archives: August 2016

Quickly Determine all Local Drive Letters on a Device From Command Line

To quickly see which drive letters/volumes are available from a command prompt you can use wmic to get a quick summary. The following command will give you the information you need: / JC

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Further simplifying servicing models for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1

Microsoft look to be moving to a cumulative approach to updates with Windows 7 and 8.1 which seems to be similar to what they have already done for Windows 10. Single Cumulative Updates instead of multiple individual patches moving forward. … Continue reading

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Windows 10 Language Packs are Release Specific

Just a heads up – after wasting the best part of a day trying to figure out what was wrong it turns out that Language Packs for Windows 10 are release specific and only seem to work with the corresponding … Continue reading

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