Windows 8


Use PowerShell to Determine When Your DHCP Lease Expires

This blog post applies to only Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Want to know how much time there is until your current DHCP leases expire? Get-NetIPAddress -PrefixOrigin Dhcp | select InterfaceAlias , IPAddress, ValidLifetime I have 23 hours, 47 minutes, and 46 seconds until my current DHCP lease expires on one of my network interfaces and 22 seconds more than that left on the other one. Want to know the exact date and time of when they expire?

Use PowerShell to Check for Processor (CPU) Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) Support

The hardware requirements for using Hyper-V to run virtual machines on a Windows 8 client states that a 64-bit system that has a processor (CPU) that supports Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) is required. A minimum of 4GB of RAM is also required. How do I know if my Processor (CPU) supports Second Level Address Translation? You could do like most blogs on the Internet state and use Coreinfo: You have two additional choices if you already have Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012 Installed.