Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012: Let the fun begin!

Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012: Let the fun begin!

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Over the past 2 weeks, we’ve touched on a number of different features of Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. We hope you have enjoyed reading our Launch Series as blogs much as we have enjoyed writing them for you.

Don’t fret – we’ll have plenty more to write about regarding both operating systems in the near future. And with that, we’re done with our Launch Series! Again, we certainly hope you’ve enjoyed it and would love your feedback:

  • What did you think about our Windows 8 / Windows Server 2012 Launch Series?
  • What do you think about the AskPerf blog in general?
  • Are there any topics you would be interested in seeing on AskPerf?

I would like to say a BIG Thank You to the following people who helped make this Blog Series a success:

  • Aaron Maxwell
  • Jim Martin
  • Don Geddes
  • Jeff Worline
  • Craig Marcho
  • Raul Martinez
  • Adam Richards
  • Syed Yusuf
  • Ankit Oberoi
  • Tushank Java
  • Ishu Sharma
  • Ritika Ahuza
  • Ritesh Kumar
  • Shahnawaz Ahmad
  • Rahul Sharma

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P.S. Don’t forget to check out the following links for more information on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.

Windows 8

Windows 8 Blog

Windows Server 2012

Windows Server Blog

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  • You're asking for feedback, right?

    As I wrote before I would wish for more technical stuff. In-depth posts that I can't find somewhere else. How stuff works internally, what bugs occur most often, where and what pitfalls await, best practices, stories from the field, information about the Kernel. No marketing or "level 100" posts. I hope that gives you an idea what I'm looking for. But maybe I'm the only one interested in that stuff...

  • @deiruch: Our original intention was to introduce you to the new features in these Operating Systems - level 100 stuff.  We will have more in-depth blogs in the coming months.  As both Operating Systems are still new, support calls are very low.  We obviously expect these to increase as people move to Win8/Srv2012.  More blogs will come based on the items you suggested.

    Thanks for your feedback!

  • @Blake Morrison: Wow, that's awesome! A blog, just for me :)