Last week, I published a QuickByte about the new Windows Sandbox with some insights on how to use it. One YouTube user asked “How do you create the files to run the sandbox?” so I created this post to break it down.
Windows Sandbox now has support for simple configuration files (.wsb file extension). You can use this feature in the latest Windows Insider build 18342. Here is how you do it:
Continue reading How do I create a Windows Sandbox? The Config Files
Microsoft released a new command-line tool called Windows Terminal. Microsoft says the application is “modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive”. The new application gives you the option for tabbed terminal interfaces to bring together a variety of command-line tools and shells such as PowerShell, PowerShell Core, Command Prompt, and the Windows subsystem for Linux distribution (Kali, Ubuntu, ect.). Here are some more features: Continue reading Inside the New Windows Terminal
In this special segment from ITProTV, ITIL® edutainer Jo Peacock interviews OfficePro edutainer, Vonne Smith, about passing the ITIL® 4 Foundation exam. Vonne was the host for Jo’s ITIL® 4 show, aside from that, she has no background in IT service management and governance training and does not hold any relative certifications. But, upon completion of the ITIL® 4 show, Vonne mentioned to Jo that she wanted to take the exam – and she passed! In this episode, she shares some tips and tricks to acing the test.
Continue reading ITIL® 4 Foundation Exam Study Tips from someone who passed!