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Conference material: "Scientific service & Internet: proceedings of the 21th All-Russian Scientific Conference (September 23-28, 2019, Novorossiysk)"
Authors: Kasparinsky F.O.
Configuring the information environment of microcomputers with the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system
The article summarizes the 9-month experience in configuring a distributed information environment of six microcomputers with the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system in accordance with the BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) paradigm. It has been established that for scientific and educational presentations, office and trading activities it is currently advisable to use fanless microcomputers with a perforated case and an internal WiFi antenna, at least 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory, a microSD memory card slot (TF, at least 128 GB, NTFS file system), Intel HD Graphics, USB3.0 and HDMI. Based on comparative experiments, methodological recommendations were created on optimizing the configuration of the hardware-software environment of microcomputers in stationary and mobile conditions. Common problems were noted when connecting peripheral devices via Bluetooth due to their disengagement by the energy optimization system. The problems of major updates of Windows 10, as well as the compatibility of Microsoft Store software and third-party manufacturers, are analyzed. It is recommended to specialize individual microcomputers for working with 32-bit applications; accounting and cryptographic programs; as well as conducting presentations with their videorecording. Options for optimal configuration of the Start menu of the Windows 10 desktop are suggested. It is concluded that specialization of the hardware-software configuration of modern microcomputers can increase the work efficiency with the use of single devices and their systems in accordance with BYOD standards.
microcomputer, microPC, Windows 10, configuration, science, education, business, trading, BYOD
Publication language: russian,  pages: 17 (p. 367-383)
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  • Kasparinsky Felix Osvaldovich,,  MASTER-MULTIMEDIA Ltd.