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  • Blog Post: A few Windows 7 RC tricks

    As many of you should already know, we recently released Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) for Technet , MSND , MSDN-AA first and for everybody else a bit later. I installed it as soon as I could and have been playing around with it for a few days already and found a couple of things I thought I would...
  • Blog Post: Installing Windows 7 on a netbook

    Lately I have been playing a lot with Windows 7 and saw quite a number of posts from people who are installing it in all sorts of hardware and especially on netbooks. The netbook installation can be tricky because… well netbooks don’t come with DVD drives and so many face the question “how do I boot...
  • Blog Post: The Windows 7 Blog for Developers

    If you are interested in IT, computing, etc. you should have heard by now that the next version of Windows will be called Windows 7   and that participants to the PDC 2008 conference this year will get their hands on a pre-beta version of the new OS. You might also have heard that Jon DeVaan and...
  • Blog Post: And the winner is… Windows 7

    Mike Nash just announced on the Windows Vista Team Blog that the next version of Windows will be called Windows 7 . His post is an interesting read if you are interested in why this name has been chosen and why we decided to move away from a moniker like XP or Vista. And looks like people attending the...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 and Vista performance

    Today Steven Sinofsky published a very interesting Windows 7 -- Approach to System Performance in the Engineering Windows 7 blog. This is a very interesting entry for anybody who is interested in software development and in the trade offs that need to be taken when designing a complex system. And while...
  • Blog Post: New blog: Engineering Windows 7

    Since the release of Vista, the engineering team has been quite careful about what to discuss about the ongoing effort (see the quite discussed about Translucency vs. Transparency Blog Post by Mary Jo Foley). It is quite understandable that media, analysts, developers, IT pros, general public and...
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