Sharing of thoughts and information is what blogging is all about. This way we can learn from each other. Post A Comment!These postings are provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights. You assume all risk for your use.
Anthony Bartolo Twitter | LinkedIn
Pierre Roman Twitter | LinkedIn
I have talked to a number of IT Pros that have taken Windows Vista for a spin and many have made the same comment to me - There is so much in Windows Vista and I don't have time to go through it all. I just want to find out quickly how to do X. Where can I get that info?
Getting started with a new OS is always a bit of a challenge. I can speak from experience since part of what our team does is get the technology early, work with it, and then show you how it works on our tours. I don't recommend that all of you do that since it can incur a minor level of frustration. :-(
However, targeted advice on how to use a specific feature of Vista is at hand, and updated for RC1. The User Assistance team at Microsoft has released a number of Step-by-Step Guides to allow you to configure specific features of Vista quickly or find out how to incorporate some of your existing procedures into a Vista environment. The Step-by-Step Guides can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=311f4be8-9983-4ab0-9685-f1bfec1e7d62&DisplayLang=en
The guides currently available include:
Check them out. Post a comment on the blog about your experience.
BTW, if you have not yet downloaded Windows Vista RC1, go to http://download.windowsvista.com/preview/rc1/en/download.htm.
I was just reading&nbsp;the Canadian IT Pro blog and noticed that&nbsp;Damir had written a&nbsp;post...