Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Blogging on Windows 7 Hack

Windows 7 comes with many features and utilities. This trick of Windows known as godmode is built based on Windows 7, which allow you to access all Windows services in one place. These conclusions were based on function has not yet been announced. To access this feature, simply create a new folder and name it as godmode. (ED7BA470-8E54-825C-465th-99712043E01C)

This will help to open up and you have access to viewing options, backup and recovery, energy management and many other options. This is very useful for users who forget that access or Defragmenter Device Manager. And if you're lucky, you find that any useful service that I never knew existed.

It's been a few years Microsoft has tinkered with its control panel. Other hacks for Windows 7 is easy and well known. If you want the taskbar in Windows Vista style Windows 7, just right click the taskbar and select Properties dialog box. Select the boxes for the small icons. When the taskbar is full of selecting the combination which will give the same functionality as Windows Vista. You can unlock the hidden themes in Windows 7 themes. Open Explorer and navigate to C: Windowswinsxs then press *. The interest in the search box or use * keyboard. This takes you to click on me quickly. You can double click to install themes.

To activate the Quick Launch bar in Windows 7 right-click the taskbar and choose Toolbars menu and go to the new toolbar. Then copy and paste the following address in the Address bar. % SystemDrive% user% username% AppDataRoamingMicrosoftInternet Explorer

Then, click to navigate to the folder and then you can see the Quick Launch folder to provide a choice.

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

A little more information for Windows 7 SP1

Bob Muglia (President of the Server and Tools division at Microsoft) at Tech-Ed conference held in New Orleans United States reported some details about the Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 and which has been talking about since some time ago. According to the executive the public availability of the first Beta of SP1 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 will be in late July.

This update called Update Rollup SP1 (Service Pack 1) contain all the security updates released to the RTM (Release To Manufacturing), and also add enhanced features to the performance of HDMI audio devices, deliver a better optimization in the energy consumption (especially for laptops), as well as specific tools such as Remote Server FX, which will deliver new remote management capabilities for end users, Dynamix Memory, which provides more control to adjust the memory usage without sacrificing performance virtualized environments, that is, memory may be allocated dynamically, and best, each machine vitualizada. (VM). Of course the latter features are geared more to Windows Server 2008 that a consumer version of Windows 7.

If all goes well we could see the final version of SP1 for Windows 7 in Q4 2010, ie from September.

SP1 for Windows 7 July

Microsoft wants to eliminate the excuse of many companies that install a new Windows only to have the first service pack.

By Orlando Rojas PĂ©rez - Microsoft is well aware that many large, medium and even small Windows 7 not installed until it is released the first Service Pack. For this reason Microsoft has accelerated the launch of the first SP for Windows 7. This will be available for the month of July 2010.

Microsoft patch Tuesday Explorer, Office and Windows

With its monthly security update, Microsoft will on Tuesday 34 vulnerabilities in Windows, Internet Explorer, Office and SharePoint through ten security bulletins. Of these, three have been rated by Microsoft as "critical", the highest level within the range of danger of the company.

The remaining seven bulletins are, as classified by Microsoft, "important", the next level in your system vulnerability assessment. As for the versions of IE, Office, Windows and SharePoint affected include Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows XP SP2 and SP3, Windows 2000 SP 4, Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8, Microsoft Office 2003, Microsoft Office 2007 Microsoft Office 2008 Mac and Microsoft Office SharePoint Services 3.0 SP1, plus two versions of the server operating system (Microsoft Server 2003 SP2 and Windows Server 2008 SP2).

One of the patches for IE solved a problem to get illegally exploitable user information. With respect to the hole in SharePoint, it is a profitable decision for the achievement of administrative privileges on the affected system. Some vulnerabilities resolved in this update also allow remote code execution on the victim machine.

Beta of the first service pack for Windows 7 will appear in July

As the day has been dominated by Apple, Microsoft also released an announcement today, though far less bombastic. The first Service Pack (SP1) to Windows 7 will have its first public beta in July.

Traditionally, most large companies choose to wait for SP1 to install Windows on a massive scale, because this update will fix the errors that always appear when a system is new.

On the Windows Blog explains that the SP1 will not contain new features that are specific to Windows 7. SP1 is simply a combination of updates that are already available through Windows Update, plus some patches based on feedback from our customers and partners. In other words, customers can feel confident in using Windows 7 now! "

As this will be very interesting next SP1, though just serves to re-assure businesses that the system is not going to fall. Many companies are still clinging to Windows XP, after having received terrible reviews. Microsoft also will provide support for Windows XP SP2 in July.

It is expected that the official version (not beta) of SP1 appears at the end of the year.

The beta of Windows 7 SP1 will not bring new and made public in July

Microsoft has announced the public beta of Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 will be released in late July. The announcement was made in the Tech Ed is Microsoft doing in New Orleans (yes, while the WWDC10). This coincides with what was said earlier this year, although there was talk of June. Will we see the final in September?

The main developments are for Windows Server, especially in the field of virtualization, and Windows 7 logically benefit. But there is nothing specific to 7, more than a collection of updates that have been published through Windows Update and some revisions based on suggestions received from customers and partners. It would have been appreciated more than anything, but if there is, not for the beta. And I suspect that for the final either.

Come on, that if you expected something new for Windows 7 and what can be forgotten: these are the only settings that have been made so far. While we all would like to see something new out of this service pack is more a routine than anything else. But do not despise and we consider it as a good sign about the overall performance of the latter system of Redmond.