Even before last week’s announcement of the Windows 7 lineup, I know that a lot of you are already testing the new OS, and as you begin this process, check out the Ten Things IT Professionals Should Know About Windows 7, a quick guide to what is in store if you’re responsible for desktop administration. If you haven’t started the evaluation yet, or even if you have, the new Windows 7 Walkthroughs explore the new and updated features in Windows 7, from AppLocker to the Problem Steps Recorder, with short video screencasts.
And if you want to hear from the experts what’s in store for IT pros with Windows 7, tune into the virtual roundtable discussion Windows 7: To the Beta and Beyond, moderated by none other than Mark Russinovich at 11 AM Pacific Time tomorrow, February 12. Bring your questions. Mark and the panel will answer as many as they can during the hour-long event, then publish the rest in a Q&A after the event. Then check out Mark’s most recent blog entry, The Case of the Phantom Desktop Files, recollecting an issue on his wife’s PC where there were files in her desktop folder that didn’t appear on the actual desktop.
More to come,
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Hi I am using windows and I like anything less than 7 was great to me was also nice thank you