Flocking to Windows 7
The migration to Microsoft's latest operating system is underway. Readers share their trials, triumphs, tips and tricks from the experience.
Learn how the latest version of Windows PowerShell can help you perform daily tasks and improve your efficiency.
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After only a few months of availability, many are already moving to Windows 7. Here, readers offer tips and best practices for others making the flight away from Windows XP or Windows Vista.
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Readers ponder the reason behind Microsoft's general malaise. Plus, is print dead or alive?
PowerShell 2.0 introduces many shiny new features that are built on a solid 1.0 core first delivered in 2006.
Despite some drawbacks, DirectAccess will likely become the preferred remote-access method as Windows 7 becomes more prevalent.
As CIOs largely reject the early crop of cloud services for business-critical apps, Redmond readies private and hybrid cloud platforms.