VolkerW's WebLog

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    Working for Microsoft

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    Thought about working for MS? Being passionate about server technology? Read more ......
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    Windows 64-bit in the Enterprise

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    There are so many good arguments for using a 64-bit OS instead of a 32-bit OS. Since yesterday x64 support for Windows Professional, Standard, Enterprise and Datacenter Server is officially available. Today one of my colleagues did a presentation at WinHEC...
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    Drive responsibly

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    While increased speed of an application and the OS itself is certainly a major feature of the 64-bit Windows OS releases, 64-bit Windows is not only about increased performance. Nevertheless I like the slogan. And, it has traveled already far . And this...
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    Where are the (64) bits?

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    Again, good question. Answer: Server for IPF or x64 (180 day trial): http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/evaluation/trial/default.mspx Workstation for x64 (60 day trial): coming soon (a week or so)!
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    T-14

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    Itanium is dead?

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    Well, I thought this would catch your attention. The answer is of course NO (capital N , capital O). The latest information on Windows supporting 64-bit platforms can be found in an article on CNet: Microsoft uses Longhorn to promote Itanium . The...
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    Clyde is blogging about 64-bit

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    You don't know who Clyde is? He is one of the corner stones in our (Microsoft) 64-bit world. On the WindowsServer blog he is talking about his "exhilarating ride" to get our x64 support out of the door. Clyde in his own words: "I am a Group Program...
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    New ship dates for Windows CCE

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    Don't complain. It is a new product and I'm sure you want it done right. It is no news that we run a bunch of programs for very early adopters and partners especially when working on new product releases. So does the HPC team at Microsoft. As part of...
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