Windows 7 (currently in beta) has a bunch of cool new capabilities that might come in handy for a lot of users. Some good, some bad, some a welcome change, others are a thing to get used to, in this article, MVP Daniel Petri will walk you through some of the new features found in the Windows 7 taskbar.
Working with the Command Prompt is one of an IT Professional’s required skills. In previous Windows operating systems, one could drag and object to an open Command Prompt window in order to ease our work. Somehow, this useful feature wend away in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. In this article by Daniel Petri, we’ll see if we get it back in Windows 7.
Learn how to Upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 Ultimate, step by step, from a Microsoft expert! There is more to it that you may think.
In this article Christian Mohn shows you how you can install the Windows 7 beta in VMware Server. Get in on the Windows 7 action now, and see what all the fuss is about!
With its planned upcoming release of Windows 7, presently slated for release in early 2010, Microsoft has released some information as to the different editions of Windows 7 that may be available for use by consumers for purchase, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and corporations for use in their enterprise as part of their open and / or volume licensing agreements through their reseller. Learn all about these new versions of Windows 7 in this hot article by Jason Zandri!
In Windows 7 (currently in beta), Problem Steps Recorder is a new feature that will record each and every step a user takes and document the entire operation in both screen captures and step-by-step details. It will save the resulting capture in a ZIP file allowing the user to easily send it by e-mail or file share to a support professional. In this article, MVP Daniel Petri will walk you through using this cool tool.
In an effort to atone for Windows Vista’s excessive resource consumption, Microsoft has designed Windows 7 to perform better than Vista on comparable hardware. Even so, Brien Posey explains that there are still things that you can do to improve the way that Windows 7 performs.
Windows 7 is the name of the next version of Windows-based operating system. Windows 7 is next version of the Windows client operating and is on track to be available approximately 3 years after the release of Windows Vista. As a Microsoft Windows support professional, one of your tasks may be to install the operating [...]