Q – I can't get enough Windows 10 technical details. Where can I find out more?
A – The Windows 10 Hardware Developer site has a lot of excellent technical depth and it's not only for devs. For example, anyone interested in Start menu customization? There is a ton of information there.
A similar patch for KMS on Windows Server 2008 R2 is in the works but not sure on the ETA
Q – My mom continues to call me every few days, usually around 5:30 a.m. ("I didn't wake you up, did I?") with questions about her "specially reserved" free copy of Windows 10. Can I just send her a link with answers to all of her questions?
A – Not sure we can state we have "all the answers" to your mom's questions but these FAQ resources are pretty darn helpful.
As the OS train of progress moves on down the tracks, so does our list of authors …
Mark Morowczynski, one of the founders of this blog and the current leader of the band, will be heading to Redmond, where he talked his way into a gig with the Azure AD Product Group. He's leaving PFE and Chicago behind him and while the Windy City will be a little less windy without him, he will still be twitting/tweeting/twitching - https://twitter.com/markmorow - and look for him to start making noise over on the AAD blog http://blogs.technet.com/b/ad/ . We all wish him well on the next phase of his career and we'll miss his ballyhoo and harassment contributions.
As we reflected back on our writers and the body of work here, we felt we should take a moment to recognize other contributors who have also climbed aboard the train to somewhere else: