Source:http://windowsitpro.com/ Q. How do I upgrade from the Windows 7 beta to the Release Candidate? A. There’s no officially supported way to upgrade from the beta of Windows 7 (build 7000) to the Windows 7 Release Candidate (build 7100). Microsoft developers wanted to focus on the common end user upgrade experience, which will be from… Read More »
I have Dual boot person I have Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 r2. I am running Hyper-V on Windows Server 2008 r2, and I always need more disk space in the Windows Server 2008 r2 drive. I remember one old trick which is moving the page file to one partition for both OSs Open… Read More »
When you install Windows 7 on your machine but not directly to your hard disk but to a VHD file in your physical disks I have created article named Boot your physical machine from a VHD file describing the installation process. In some cases you may want to take this VHD and to make it… Read More »
As, I promised I will try to give you a solid background about Windows Management Instrumentation WMI. I will write multiple articles with the name of What is WMI. I will start by start by Microsoft Management Console ending by WS-management in Windows server 2008 and its R2 In this article I will tell you… Read More »
I have tried to install Ms Loopback adapter to Windows 2008 R2 I used the normal method which is open Control Panel and select Add a device link and actually it did not list the device like previous versions. I found the solution is very easy all you have to do is to launch the… Read More »
I just noticed one of the new enhancement features in Windows 7 which related to the Information workers where they copy files while they are doing another task and as they need to know the status for there copying so Windows 7 relates the copy progress bar with task bar icon for you Windows Explorer… Read More »
There is a new enhancement in the next version of Windows “Windows 7 Client and its server Windows Server 2008 R2” which allow you to attach the VHD directly using Disk Management Snapin or Diskpart command.