Virtual Machine Queues and Broadcom NIC Issues

Broadcom network adapters have a very big issue in Windows with Hyper-V. The issue is so big that at one point a year or so ago when I deployed a new Hyper V server with Broadcomm NICs my domain users were unable to use VPN properly due to a crippling network latency. I'm sure Broadcom... Continue Reading →

WMI Filtering in Group Policy

Item level targeting is great and all, it works well for granular targeting. But with Item Level Targeting you are limited to only Active Directory components. WMI or Windows Management Instrumentation consists of a set of extensions to the Windows Driver Model that provides an operating system interface through which instrumented components provide information and notification.... Continue Reading →

QLED vs OLED, not the same tech.

Update: OLED is not without it's issues. One issue is reverse vignette, this is where the screen appears darker on the inside than the outside. Vignette is an effect that you see in some photos and even in movies, inside is brighter than the outside. Sometimes done purposefully, other times it's due to the use... Continue Reading →

HDR is here, sigh…

First, here is a good quick article on the difference of 8-bit vs 10-bit colour. Give it a quick one, two. Thumbs up the guy that took the time to write that. My opinion is as follows. First HDR should not be called HDR. It should be called Colour+ or something. Because it's not what... Continue Reading →

The age of telemetry and online tracking.

Telemetry has been around for a while, Windows 7 had it, and I believe even Vista might have had it. Having said this Microsoft did not previously sell this information to third parties not did it previously include personal information. When I say personal information I mean your age gender, approximate location, and online habits.... Continue Reading →

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