March 23, 2010  9:25 PM

More details on Windows 7 SP1 start to emerge

Posted by: Ed Tittel
enhanced Remote Desktop client in Windows 7 SP1, Windows 7 SP1, Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1

Some time later this year (2010), we can expect to see Microsoft release the first service pack (SP1) for Windows 7. As with Vista service packs and Windows Server 2008, these will be tied to service packs for Windows Server 2008 R2. In his recent blog "

March 16, 2010  4:48 PM

Interesting Story on Enterprise Win7 Adoption/Migration

Posted by: Ed Tittel
InfoWorld summary on Windows 7 adoption, top 6 reasons to migrate to Windows 7 in the enterprise, Windows 7 grabs enterprise interest

Last week, Robert L. Mitchell of InfoWorld put out a great story entitled "IT gives Windows 7 the green light." The story recounts the results of a

March 9, 2010  7:37 PM

Rumors of Windows 7 SP1 Start Flying

Posted by: Ed Tittel says Windows 7 SP1 already in the works, Windows 7 SP1 possible release dates, Windows 7 SP1 rumors

Anybody who's been reading my blog, or following the trail of rumors and mayhem on MIcrosoft OSes, for any length of time is already familiar with the Malaysian Website They've struck paydirt again with a recent article entitled "

March 5, 2010  8:48 PM

Interesting Issue with Acronis True Image Home 2010

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Acronis True Image Home "Try and Decide" bug, disabling tdrpm251.sys in Windows 7, Windows 7 registry hacks

Until the last couple of weeks, my production Windows 7 system has been a model of reliability and stability, with my first-ever two week period with staight 10.0s in Reliability Monitor on that machine. Then, all of a sudden, my system started blue-screening occasionally when I would insert a UFD...

March 3, 2010  3:59 PM

Why are Win7 rollouts gathering steam?

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Windows 7 corporate adoption, Windows 7 offers good value and capabilities for businesses, Windows 7 uptake

In a recent report from ninemsn (for APC, Australia's self-proclaimed "#1 online publisher"), Windows 7 is enjoying significantly better market uptake than Vista ever did. Their recent story "


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