Upgrade Office 365 from 32-bit to 64-bit with Microsoft Intune – Part 1

When Microsoft Office 2010 was released, it was the first version of Office that offered both a 32-bit and 64-bit version. Since 32-bit Office was the default recommended option, most organizations deployed that version and have never really re-visited it. Unless a user was dealing with large data sets in Excel, there wasn’t much of … Read more

Change Your Windows 365 Business Cloud PC From Windows 11 to Windows 10

When I initially looked at my new Windows 365 Cloud PC, I noticed right away that it was provisioned with Windows 11. Obviously, Windows 11 is Microsoft’s newest operating system so this isn’t a complete surprise. However, I haven’t completely gotten used to Windows 11 so I was naturally curious if I could somehow change … Read more

Taking A Look At My New Windows 365 Business Cloud PC

Now that I have my Windows 365 Business Cloud PC setup, I wanted to take an quick look around the various components of it. For my initial Windows 365 Business setup process, check out my previous blog post: https://chargedtech.com/windows/windows-365-business-cloud-pc-setup/ Initial Login Experience Upon logging into my new Windows 11 Cloud PC for the first time, … Read more

Windows 365 Business Cloud PC Setup

Windows 365 was introduced back in July as a new virtual desktop offering available in the cloud. With the Windows 365 Cloud PC, Microsoft provide organizations with a way to scale their workforce quick and easy. Traditional virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) can be complex and expensive to build and manage. Windows 365 removes that complexity … Read more

Do I Need to Upgrade to Windows 11?

First off, what is Windows 11? Windows 11 is Microsoft’s next generation operating system. Although Microsoft originally stated that Windows 10 would be the last version of Windows, they obviously no longer feel that way. The pandemic has obviously had a major impact on today’s workforce and therefore they felt an updated operating system was … Read more