With the advent of Visual Studio, we are pleased to release our second Windows 7 themepack called “Visual Studio 2010”. This themepack contains four high-resolution simple and stylish wallpapers and using Windows 7 default sound scheme and violet color appearance.
Monthly Archives: April 2010
The security experts on the Solution Accelerators team have kept that momentum alive—they’ve been working with government agencies, IT security pros, and other Microsoft security experts to develop a new tool called the Security Compliance Manager.
The Advisor runs on both Windows Vista and Windows XP, but will also evaluate PCs running Windows 7 editions to see whether users can upgrade to a better SKU of the OS.
“In the U.S.: Windows 7 Starter to Windows 7 Home Premium ERP $49.99 (versus everyday price of $79.99) and Windows 7 Home Premium to Windows 7 Professional ERP $79.99 (versus everyday price of $89.99),” Brandon LeBlanc, Windows communications manager on the Windows Client Communications Team, revealed.
Jim Travis, group content publishing manager Windows Hardware and Devices, explains that the end of March was synonymous with the republishing of all the Windows Driver Kit documentation on MSDN Library.
Microsoft has made available a range of new resources designed to streamline the deployment of Windows 7 for business customers. According to Erwin Visser, director Business-Marketing Organization, Microsoft, businesses around the world emphasized the necessity for a comprehensive and strategic plan set up to help them roll out technology within their organizations.
Microsoft has warned customers running the latest iteration of the Windows client that they may experience the audio corruption of extremely short MP3 files when they are played in Windows Media Player. The issue is related to Windows 7 and Windows Media Player 12, according to the Redmond company, but only MP3 files that are less than a second long are affected.
The first release of a themepack for Windows 7 RTM containing wallpapers that were featured as the background images of the Bing search/decision engine proved so popular that Microsoft has put together a second package. Bing’s Best 2 is currently available for download…
Windows 8 Server, or Windows Server 8, whichever you prefer, will not play nice with 32-bit (x86) CPUs, just as its predecessor, but will also not feature support for the Intel Itanium architecture.
Microsoft has started talking about the first major update (Service Pack) of Windows 7. But today, An early interim build of its Service Pack 1 has been leaked out on Torrents and file sharing websites.
The build string is 6.1.7601.16537.amd64fre.win7.100327-0053 which was compiled on March 27th, 2010. The build is quick to install but it’s not clear whether it includes the promised USB 3.0 support or enhanced Bluetooth and Wi-Fi stacks.
Intel has assessed Windows 7 extensively, comparing it with Windows XP SP3, and found that the successor of Vista was superior. And nothing speaks better than Intel’s stance on Windows 7 than the fact that the CPU maker upgraded in excess of 100,000 machines from XP SP3 starting in early 2010.