Windows Enterprise Desktop:

Enterprise Vista

March 13, 2009  4:52 PM

Windows 7 Gains Added Luster

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 beta, Windows 7 build 7048, Windows Vista

Long-time Windows expert Ed Bott posted an extremely interesting, if not downright intruiging blog yesterday on ZDNet. It's entitled "Is Windows 7 reliable enough to release now?," and proceeds to make a reasonably convincing case...

March 9, 2009  8:50 PM

Paragon Partition Manager 9.0 Pro Edition

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Acronis Disk Partition Manager, backup disk partition, boot manager, copy disk partition, create disk partition, EASEUS Partition Master, Enterprise Vista, gparted, merge disk partition, Paragon Partition Manager, Partition Magic, partition mangement, Vista boot manager, Vista Disk Management utility, Vista troubleshooting, Windows Vista, Windows Vista boot manager, Windows Vista troubleshooting

If the care and feeding of your Vista systems is anything like mine, from time to time there's just no getting away from messing with disk partitions. For me, that means one of several activities gets underway:

  • Migrating a notebook or desktop user from a smaller drive to a larger one,...

March 6, 2009  8:51 PM

Vista Wins 2009 Fiasco Award

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise Vista, Fiasco 2009 Award, Fiasco award, Windows Vista, Windows Vista troubleshooting

Gosh, I love writing headlines because they can say so much and so little at the same time. Today's blog makes a terrific case in point. It refers to the recent Fiasco award for 2009, chosen by an anonymous Fiasco Awards Team, which was in turn sponsored by the Catalan Association of...

March 4, 2009  4:18 PM

Vista SP2 RC Now Available for Download

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise Vista, enterprise Vista desktop, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista SP2 RC, Windows Vista SP2 release candidate

Visit the Microsoft Download Center today (March 4, 2009) and you'll see numerous Windows Server 2008/Windows Vista SP2 downloads available there, all of which posted on 3/3/2009. When I visited the page in the morning, here's what...

March 2, 2009  4:15 PM

Secunia Flags Flash10a.ocx as threat, but clean-up requires some contortions

Posted by: Ed Tittel
delete protected Vista files, Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, enterprise Windows Vista, Secunia, Secunia CSI, Secunia NSI, Secunia PSI, WinPE Bootable UFD

Now that I've been running Secunia Personal Software Inspector (PSI) on my Vista machines for about three months I'm starting to learn a little about this program's behavior. Last Friday, Secunia notified users about an important...

February 27, 2009  5:08 PM

Vista SP2 RC On Its Way

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, Windows Vista, Windows Vista deployment, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista SP2 RC, Windows Vista SP2 release candidate

On Wednesday, February 25, Brandon LeBlanc, Windows Communications Manager for the Windows Client Communications Team, posted information to...

February 25, 2009  4:30 PM

Here Comes IE8 RTM!!

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, IE 8, IE 8 beta 2, IE 8 deployment, IE8, Windows Internet Explorer 8

One of my best sources for leaked info from Microsoft continues to be Malaysian-based site TechARP. Today's blog is based on some recent reportage from them about the upcoming Internet Explorer 8 release. The latest date for release to...

February 23, 2009  5:36 PM

Vista SP2 Inches Closer to Completion and Release

Posted by: Ed Tittel
beta SP2, Enterprise Vista, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2

Last week, Microsoft an RC (Release Candidate) build for Windows Vista/Server 2008 SP2 through the Microsoft Connect program to a select group of pre-qualified beta testers. According to Mary Jo Foley's ZDNet coverage on this topic, the latest build number...

February 13, 2009  2:52 PM

No More “Extras” for Ultimate Versions

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate Extras

Among the litany of complaints against Windows Vista, Microsoft's failures to deliver on its promises to produce and release "Extras" for the Ultimate edition have been held up and railed against repeatedly since that version shipped in January 2007. The idea behind the Extras sounded good: from...

February 11, 2009  5:06 PM

Another key to legacy Windows Apps: Virtual PC 2007

Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, MED-V, Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization, Virtual PC 2007, Vista legacy app support, Vista virtualization

One ongoing and legitimate beef about Windows Vista is that it doesn't support older Windows applications, particularly those written specifically for older Windows versions or that don't follow well-established guidelines for "good behavior" in terms of referencing APIs, interacting with hardware,...

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