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Get a headstart evaluating Window 8—guided by a Windows expert who’s worked extensively with the software since the preview releases. Based on final, release-to-manufacturing (RTM) software, this book introduces new features and capabilities, with scenario-based insights demonstrating how to plan for, implement, and maintain Windows 8 in an enterprise environment. Get the high-level information you need to begin preparing your deployment now.
• Performance, reliability, and security features
• Deployment options
• Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit
• Windows PowerShell™ 3.0 and Group Policy
• Managing and sideloading apps
• Internet Explorer® 10
• Virtualization, Client Hyper-V, and Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack
• Recovery features
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From my 32 Applications only 24 were compatible. Among the problems: Cisco IPSec VPN (needs changes in registry), VMWare vSphere (not compatible) a number of other good tools not compatible... Also no ISO burner (W7 had it built-in). I had to buy a Start button for 4.99 to make system friendly again... I can't imagine this system deployed in our environment...
I don't like it. I work with thousands of files, I am a researcher and windows 8 takes away my capability of opening the explorer and start menu from the very beginning so I have to right click, then change to windows 7 like desktop, then click on what I am looking for, etc. Is frustrating.
the book looks informative, and a must have for the professional who wants to stay on top of his game.
I am sorry to be negative here... I am reading this book and found it to be very good, actually. The only no-no - I will never agree with the authors on the concept to combine the fun at home and the office applications in something that will newer work together... In small business - maybe. In big - never.