Need an older version of Windows 10 such as version 1507 or 1511? Here are some of the ways you can still get these older releases.
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For a couple weeks, users have been reporting problems trying to download the ISO file for Windows 10 from Microsoft. Here’s what’s going on and what it means for the future of ISO images.
Windows 8 comes with nice built in features for ISO disc images. You can easily burn an mount ISO’s without the need for third party hardware.
Windows 7 and 8 have Windows Disc Image Burner utility to burn ISOs to disc. If you’re still running Vista or XP you need a third-party utility. My favorite free solution is ISO Recorder. Here’s how to use it. For Windows Vista, download and install ISO Recorder version V3. This free utility, developed by Alexander […]
Do you have a bunch of DVDs lying around and looking for a quality method to consolidate them? Convert them to an ISO image. Here’s how to do it for free. First put the DVD you want to convert into your computer’s DVD/CD drive. When AutoPlay comes up, just close out of it. If you […]
A default feature available in Windows 7 and the Windows 8 Developer Preview now in pre-beta is its Windows Disc Image Burner. It lets you easily create boot discs. You burn ISO images to disc without having to rely on any third-party software. Here’s how to do it. First, pop a blank CD, DVD, or […]
I’ve been running Windows 7 Release Candidate 1 for several weeks now and I think I’m finally able to start talking about the things I like. Before I do that however I figure it’s only fair to first talk about how all you groovyReaders out there can easily install Windows 7 risk free so you […]
Recently in our groovy Community Forum, goLfie (one of our groovy readers) asked a Question about Computer Component Advice. Over time the discussion turned to questions about building a Virtual Server. As I was typing my response to the thread, I figured this topic was worth a front-pager so without further ado… Server Case […]
Recently I built a new x64 or 64 Bit Windows Server 2008 machine. I wanted to install the new Virtual Machine Manager 2008; however because it was an ISO, I needed a way to Mount the ISO image. A few months back I wrote a How-To Tutorial on Mounting ISO Images for Vista and […]
Probably because of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, I’ve recently been asked at least a dozen times “Is it safe to shop online?” Rather than respond to all those emails, I’ve decided to dedicate an entire Groovy Series to online shopping covering everything from online payments, great deals, and cash back options. Hopefully, the series […]
Last month I attended the Get Virtual Now event Microsoft hosted. Bob Muglia announced they were working on and would be releasing within 30 days a Free Standalone HyperVisor called Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008. I was jubilant to discover on MicrosoftPost.com that Microsoft has done JUST that! You can find the Download Link for Microsoft […]
One nice thing about Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 is that if you’re running old Virtual Machine Additions on your Guest VMs, the Admin console will throw an alert to let you know <See shot below>. This notice is handy, being that you always want to be running the latest VM additions on your Virtual […]