September 14, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
For instructors using technology-enhanced classrooms at UNH, the following information may apply.
As you may have noticed, the Windows Start Menu has changed slightly in Windows 10 from the previously installed version of Windows, Windows 7.
Please do not power off the computers at the end of your class. Signing out rather than powering off will allow for the easiest transition for the incoming instructor.
The steps for logging off your user account are as follows:
1. Open the start menu by...
July 26, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
Microsoft’s offer for a free Windows 10 upgrade expires this Friday, July 29, 2016. This deadline will not apply to those who use assistive technologies. After July 29, Windows 10 licenses can be purchased through the UNH Computer Store. For questions regarding new Dell purchases and which Windows version to use, please contact the UNH Computer Store at 603-862-1328.
UNH faculty, staff, and students may choose to upgrade to Windows 10 at their own risk. There is always a chance that an...
March 10, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
Remember the days when everyone wanted the latest version of Windows? We felt left out if we didn’t have it, whether it was Windows ’95, XP, or Windows 7.
Microsoft has imposed Windows 10 on us, whether we want it or not. It comes to us in the form of an update, and no matter, it just won’t go away. Sure, there are ways to hide the icon or you can just ignore it, but eventually, it comes back, like Old Man Winter on the heels of an amazing summer. This isn’t a new update (although there are...
September 1, 2015, by UNH IT Staff
As Microsoft and Apple introduce new operating systems, a team of UNH IT Desktop Consultants have coordinated efforts to evaluate and report their findings to the UNH community for upgrade and purchasing considerations. The following represents UNH Information Technology’s evaluation and recommendation on Windows 10, Microsoft’s latest operating system.
Summary and Recommendation
Microsoft Windows 10 was released on July 29, 2015. Windows 10 comes in many varieties, each with varying features...
July 28, 2015, by UNH IT Staff
Microsoft released Windows 10 today as part of an update to both Windows 7 and Windows 8. At this time, UNH IT is researching and testing Microsoft’s latest operating system’s compatibility with many UNH-based applications and will have a full recommendation within the next 30 days.
In the meantime, if you use any UNH/USNH Enterprise Applications, including Banner, Webi, Workflow, Xtender, InfoEd, Kronos, and FAMIS, which are not certified by our vendors on the new operating system, please...