Tip #7: VMWare Unity View

 Oct 25th, 2009 

I just found a really cool feature in VMWare Workstation 6.5.3. It is called “Unity View” and basically allows windows from a virtual machine to appear as windows in the host machine. In the example pictures you can see that I have a host running Windows 7, a unity windows from a Windows Xp guest […]

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1, 2, 3, 7!

 Oct 22nd, 2009 

Today is a big day for Windows fans. The final milestone in Windows 7 development process has been reached and the new operating system is general available. Just two years passed since the release of Vista and many say that Windows 7 should be just a “super-service pack” for Vista. If you are not a […]

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Windows 7 Enterprise FREE Trial

 Sep 3rd, 2009 

It’s been a while for my last post. I was busy moving to another country – will explain this in another post. Microsoft has announced the download availability of Windows 7 Enterprise for trial inside your environment. The Windows 7 Enterprise trial is designed specifically for IT Professionals, so that you can test your software […]

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Windows 7 RTM Date Announced

 Jul 22nd, 2009 

Yesterday, Brandon LeBlanc, announced on the Windows 7 Team Blog, the official release dates for Windows 7 RTM (Release To Manufacturer). Depending on who you are you will be able to get W7 RTM sooner or later: Partners & OEMs ISV (Independent Software Vendor) and IHV (Independent Hardware Vendor) Partners will be able to download […]

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Windows 7 First Official News

 Aug 16th, 2008 

After introducing the multi touch interface on Surface it is not surprising that Microsoft will use it also on the new Windows. Corporate VP Julie Larson-Green demonstrated the multitouch technology, painting with several fingers at the same time to show how it can process not just touch, but multiple simultaneous input. She said: “It’s much […]

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