First day's results for Windows 10
July 29, 2015
Something happened So the results are in from the first day of the Windows 10 release, and they are mixed. John has gone through the the upgrade process successfully on two machines (Windows 7 Home and Windows 7 Pro). In my case I got the wonderful “Something happened” when trying to write a USB installer (from two different machines). Eventually I broke down and downloaded the Windows 10 ISO from MSDN and burned it to a USB using the Windows 7 USB/DVD tool. It annoys me a great deal when there’s an error with no diagnostics information, fortunately I could work around it.
How to make Daemon Tools and iTunes live happily...
August 15, 2007
…ever after. Or at least something close to that. Anyways, as a techy person, the first thing that I install on all machines is Daemon Tools. No, its not because I have CD images of my games, or anything fun like that, its because I keep all the office software on a NAS. Most of it is in ISO format because thats what I download from MSDN. Anyways, for those that don’t know, if you try to use the CD burn functionality of iTunes, and you’ve installed Daemon Tools — no go.