Today, Microsoft released the Surface Go, a 10″ version of it’s popular Surface laptop. Starting at $599, the Surface Go is available for pre-order now. The screen is a PixelSense 10 Point Multitouch display with a 1800×1200 resolution. It includes an Intel Pentium Gold processor (4415Y) and 4GB RAM. The Surface Go has a 64GB internal storage, but with options for 128 and 256GB options … Continue reading Surface Go: Now Available for Pre-Order
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Real World are pleased to announce our appointment as a Microsoft Surface Authorised Device Reseller. Continue reading Powerful mobility – Surface like a pro
A new Windows Update has broken remote access for some users – but in the name of better security. There is a workaround if you can’t update everything right now. Continue reading ARGH! Remote Desktop is broken! (and here’s how to fix it)
We’ve been a bit quiet when it comes to providing updates – but it’s just a reflection of how busy the last few weeks have been! But one of the new things that’s been announced is the public beta of Office 2019 through the Office Insider program. Microsoft makes versions of their new products available to trial before they are publicly released as part of … Continue reading Office 2019 Beta is out
Managing Windows has always been a bit of a pain. You need to log into servers, use Microsoft tools or use Third Party tools to check your server status, view health, install components and more. And then when you add desktops, life becomes even more complicated. This problem has given rise to a range of third party products and tools that work to make administering … Continue reading The Cool New Windows Admin Centre
Feeling like you need to regress to your Windows 3.1 days? The Windows 3.1 File Manager lives! In a throw back to the past, Microsoft has released the Windows 3.1 File Manager on Github as an open source project. You can now compile it, and replace the bloated Windows Explorer found in modern versions of Windows! Find the source code here! Continue reading Windows 3.1 is not dead!