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Windows on ARM: 5 tips to success

Windows on ARM refers to the version of the Windows operating system designed to run on devices powered by Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) architecture processors, instead of traditional x86 or x64 processors. This adaptation brings Windows to a variety of devices beyond traditional laptops and desktops, including tablets, and some smartphones.

How to Install and Enable Hyper-V on Windows 10 for Hardware Virtualization

Windows 10 is a powerful operating system that allows users to run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single computer through virtualization. With the help of Hyper-V, a built-in Windows feature, you can create and manage virtual machines (VMs) effortlessly. In this article, we will discuss the process to install and enable Hyper-V on Windows 10.

How to write and install a custom PowerShell plugin for Windows servers

This video will guide you through the process of writing and installing a custom PowerShell plugin for Windows servers. With Site24x7's Plugin Integrations, you can monitor applications, hosts, devices, services, protocols, and more. Write your own custom plugin script to monitor any application or service in your tech stack in a few simple steps. Related links: Install Site24x7 Windows Server monitoring agent: site24x7.com/help/admin/adding-a-monitor/windows-server-monitoring.html.

Best Git Client for Windows in 2024

For developers working in the Windows environment, selecting the ideal Git client can boost your version control experience. Git clients help manage changes more efficiently, track the history of your projects with greater clarity, and facilitate easier collaboration with team members, regardless of their location. It should provide a tangible interface to navigate branches, review changes, and commit code, minimizing the learning curve for new team members and speeding up the development cycle.

Rapid telemetry for Windows with OpenTelemetry and BindPlane OP

At observIQ, we’ve seen continuous customer interest in scalable and performant observability solutions for Windows environments. As of 2023, Windows is estimated to be deployed to 75% of desktops worldwide. Unsurprisingly, we commonly speak to CTOs, DevOps, and IT managers responsible for managing fleets of thousands of Windows-based end-user and point-of-sale systems in the Financial, Healthcare, Insurance, and Education sectors.

Server Management with Windows Admin Center

Windows server management is complex, and when your servers are running in different locations — on-premises, in a distributed network, in Azure, virtually, or in a hosted environment — it gets more complicated. You can simplify server management with Microsoft’s Windows Admin Center, which makes it easier to manage servers, wherever they are, from a single interface.

From Rage to Sage: Practical Steps to Achieving Windows Patching Zen

Force-close your Windows update-induced frustrations and boot up a fresh new era of patch management enlightenment. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to master: Bring your most confounding questions and frustrations and join us for a wisdom-packed session that's sure to help you bring peace to your environment.

Monitor the Windows Registry with Datadog

The Windows Registry is a centralized key-value database that stores permissions, user data, and configuration settings for the Windows operating system and many Windows native applications. The keys stored in the registry provide a granular view into the processes occurring on a Windows host, such as certificate expirations, security checks, and pending reboots.