Ed Tittel

Ed Tittel is a long-time technology writer, researcher and consultant. The author of numerous books and courses on Windows (including certification-oriented and end-user topics), he blogs weekly for Tom's IT Pro and three times a week on Windows topics for TechTarget at his Windows Enterprise Desktop blog. Contact Ed through his website at www.edtittel.com.

How to create an effective business continuity plan

The top 6 Governance, Risk and Compliance certifications

CEOs are always on the lookout for dependable folks who can identify potential exposures and quantify the impacts of risk on an organization while protecting the interests of employees, shareholders, other organizations and the...

Working with BCD in Windows 10

Working with BCD in Windows 10

What admins need to know about BCD data, structures, and organization in Windows 10.

How to make and use a bootable Windows 10 recovery disk

How to make and use a bootable Windows 10 recovery disk

Like it or not, Windows 10 will occasionally fail or falter, to the point where it won't run and won't boot. That's when it's time to bring out a rescue or recovery tool often called a 'rescue/recovery disk.'

How to use PowerShell with DISM

How to use PowerShell with DISM

DISM is the Swiss Army Knife of Windows 10 maintenance and with the Windows 10 Creators Update it gained a helpful collection of PowerShell scripts. Here's how to put them to use.

How to improve Dynamic Lock in Windows 10 Creators Update

How to improve Dynamic Lock in Windows 10 Creators Update

Dynamic Lock is a convenient, if somewhat imperfect, new feature that uses the proximity of a Bluetooth-paired phone to handle Windows 10 device access. Here’s how a handy tool will give you more control over when the lock kicks in. ...

How to prepare for a clean install of Windows 10 Creators Update

How to prepare for a clean install of Windows 10 Creators Update

With the public release of the Creators Update for Windows 10 arriving Tuesday, April 11, it's time to start prepping for that "feature update" (aka version 1703). There are several steps that you can and should take to get your...

How to create a repair/recovery partition in Windows 10

How to create a repair/recovery partition in Windows 10

Windows can and will crash — and after it does it may not boot normally. To be prepared for worst-case scenarios, learn how to create a bootable recovery partition on your system drive.

Understanding Windows 10's Unified Update Platform

Understanding Windows 10's Unified Update Platform

Since UUP was introduced in December, it's gotten faster, more robust and much more stable. By the time the Windows 10 Creators Update comes around, it should indeed be ready for prime time.

Everything you need to know about drive cloning in Windows 10

Everything you need to know about drive cloning in Windows 10

In workplace practice, disk cloning supports multiple valuable uses. Learn how to clone a drive in Windows 10 using two free tools.

The essential guide to anti-malware tools

The essential guide to anti-malware tools

Admins can choose from a bevy of secondary scanners and specialized tools to clean up infected or infested PCs.

WUMT is a viable Windows Update alternative

WUMT is a viable Windows Update alternative

When it comes to handling Windows updates, WUMT offers several options bound to appeal to Windows admins and power users alike. And the price is right – WUMT is freeware.

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