If you're an IT Pro who needs the latest in-depth information about Windows 10 and related technologies, you now have a new place to find everything you need. In a new blog post on Microsoft's TechNet website, the company announced that it's moving all its technical documentation to docs.microsoft.com (not to be confused with Microsoft's Docs.com service).
"This move, from the TechNet Library to Docs, is part of our ongoing commitment to make it easier for you to find the content you need and have a great experience viewing that content from any device—phone, tablet, or PC," explained the company. Additionally, IT Pros can suggest additions or updates to all English content: to do that, they can click on the Edit button in the top right menu, which will lead them to the corresponding GitHub page.
Here are some of the different sections you might want to check on the Windows IT Center:
- Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile
- Windows Server 2016
- Windows for Education
- Windows Store for Business
- Microsoft Edge
- Surface, Surface Hub and HoloLens
Microsoft is also inviting IT Pros to share their feedback on the new experience, and you can do that on the dedicated UserVoice website.