After months of struggling with Outlook hanging up inexplicably I found something that looks really promising. I had thought it was because I’m connecting to several Exchange servers. It was particularly bad if I switched between the Mail and Calendar windows after Outlook had been running for awhile. My solution was to open up my Calendar in a second window as soon as I opened Outlook, but that was really tedious to have to remember to switch windows instead of using the shortcuts at the bottom left of the Outlook window.
Check this out; File | Options | Advanced – Disable hardware graphics acceleration.
Here’s a reason to like Windows 10 Anniversary Edition.
Windows has always been at the forefront of making human–computing interaction more natural, and with the digital pen in mind, we have delivered
Read more at https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/04/22/a-closer-look-at-windows-ink/#el08RZ33QYKuLk2v.99
Source: A closer look at Windows Ink
I’m a huge fan of OneNote and I use both versions. I came across this article that should help if you use OneNote, or are considering it. If not… Why NOT?
What’s the difference between OneNote and OneNote 2016
OneNote 2016 (as well as OneNote 2010 and 2013) comes with the Office suite and is available as a free download from www.onenote.com. However, you might have noticed another version of OneNote on your Windows 10 device that’s simply called “OneNote.” This new app, built from the ground-up, works great with any PC, tablet, or smartphone running Windows 10.
Read the full article
Watch this video as Brian Roper explains why you want to upgrade to Windows 10 NOW. And if you’re holding off, remember that it’s only free until July 29th.
Published on May 5, 2016
Windows 10 is the best version of Windows yet, and is now running on 300 million active devices. Watch Bryan Roper from the Windows team run through the 10 top reasons to upgrade to Windows 10 – before the free upgrade offer ends on July 29th.
I don’t know how long this has been up on Surface.com but I just found this Surface art page. There’s lots to like. Enjoy!
May 2016 updates
The following updates will be listed when you check for updates in Windows or view your Windows update history after installing the updates:
- Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500
- Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) Control Logic
- Intel Corporation driver update for Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller
- Intel driver update for Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500
- Intel Corporation driver update for Microsoft Camera Front
- Intel Corporation driver update for Microsoft Camera Rear
- Intel Corporation driver update for Microsoft IR Camera Front
When Surface updates are provided via the Windows Update service, they are delivered in stages to Surface customers. As a result, not every Surface will receive the update at the same time, but the update will be delivered to all devices. If you have not received the update then please manually check Windows Update later.
- Surface Camera drivers set (v30.10586.7035.1976, driver date 4/21/2016) improves Windows Hello stability.
- Intel(R) AVStream Camera 2500 driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Intel(R) Control Logic driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Intel(R) CSI2 Host Controller driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Intel(R) Imaging Signal Processor 2500 driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Microsoft Camera Front driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Microsoft Camera Rear driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
- Microsoft IR Camera Front driver update (v30.10586.7035.1976)
For other models see: Install Surface and Windows Updates
If you draw on your Surface you have to check this out. Warning: Some course language, but otherwise worth it.
This one looks like it will be worth a try: Sketchable
In case you haven’t found it, there’s a great way to keep up with updates and other developments in the Surface world. This is specifically for IT Pros.
Surface Blog for IT Pros