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  • Ben Armstrong

    Overriding command line parameters in the VMC file

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    Over the last week or so I have mentioned a couple of interesting command-line parameters that can be used with Virtual PC. If you want to utilize these options but not have to worry about users using the correct shortcut / parameter - it is possible...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Testing 64-Bit Windows on BYTE Magazine

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    Why do you have to register to read one article ? I hate to register for just one article. Have you had a chance to read it? Is it worth the registration hassle? Thx.
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Overclocking 64-bit

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    You will love this . From PCStats : "PCStats thought it would be interesting to see how overclocking is affected on the WindowsXP x64 Edition platform by illustrating both 32-bit and 64-bit benchmarks for an AMD Athlon64 4000+ based system. Would the...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Dell Says He’d Sell Apple’s Mac OS (cont.)

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    Some time ago I read and wrote about Dell could/would/might/think about supporting the Apple OS. Today I found this beauty. Certainly not the Apple style but a real progress in Dell design. I like the design AND the technical data (of course it's 64-bit...
  • Buggin' My Life Away

    Mac Messenger 5.0

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    I've had a number of people, both in comments and in private e-mail, ask me about continuing development on Mac Messenger. Until now, I could only give cryptic answers to those questions. No longer. Mac Messenger 5.0 was released to the web today. ...
  • VolkerW's WebLog

    Great 64-bit start this week

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    So much going on in 64-bit Windows land in the first 2 days of this week already. Some of the pretty exciting news: Simulation is one of the areas where applications can really shine in 64-bit. Masses of memory and compute power at hand. One of the...
  • Richard Seroter - SoCal BizTalk Musings

    Building and Executing a BizTalk Single Sign On Scenario

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    The Enterprise Single Sign On functionality that ships with BizTalk Server is fairly interesting, but can be tricky to set up. Below I walk through the steps I went through to get a fully-functional SSO demonstration running. The very first thing to...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Implementing FSD_GetVolumeInfo

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    In Windows CE 5.0, we added a new FSD API: FSD_GetVolumeInfo . This API is used to populate the CE_VOLUME_INFO structure reported by the CeGetVolumeInfo SDK API. This function is intended to give applications insight into properties of the file system...
  • Devhammer on MSDN

    Interested in learning more about Virtual PC?

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    I recently presented a webcast on using Microsoft Virtual PC for working with beta software, including sharing some tips and tricks from my own experience as a regular Virtual PC user. If you're interested, my counterpart in our New England district,...
  • J.net

    Very, very scary stuff ...

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    According to EWeek, spyware researchers at Sunbelt Software, makers of CounterSpy, have discovered an apperent identity theft ring that uses spyware to hijack confidential data from users. He [Subelt President Alex Eckelberry] said the log files included...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Implementing FSD Call-back File Notifications

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    In the past, the Windows CE file explorer required every File System Driver (FSD) to perform call-back notifications after every file system change. This notification mechanism allowed file explorer to quickly refresh open views when files were added...
  • Windows CE Base Team Blog

    Introduction: Andrew Rogers

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    A Seattle native, I started work at Microsoft in August 2000 as a Software Design Engineer writing tests for Windows CE drivers and file system components. In 2003 I joined the product development team and have been designing, developing, and maintaining...
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