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    Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 Beta

    Tobie
    By Tobie,
    MDT 2010 is the next version of Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, a solution accelerator for operating system and application deployment. New features like flexible driver management, optimized transaction processing, and access to distribution shares from any location simplify deployment and make your job easier. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit is the fourth generation deployment accelerator from Microsoft. It is the recommended process and toolset to automate desktop and server deployment.   Whats

    Windows 7 Beta will be available for public on Friday

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    By Tobie,
    Steve Ballmer, Microsoft CEO announced at CES that the official beta version of Windows 7 released today to members of Microsoft's development network MSDN and TechNet. A public beta version of Windows 7 will be available for free download this Friday on Microsoft's website.   It's fully confirmed that the beta 1 build will be 7000 that leaked shortly after Christmas. According to sources close to Microsoft, the company is significantly further Wednesday from build 7000 and it's understood tha

    Microsoft to push IE8 as an automatic update

    anyweb
    By anyweb,
    Microsoft has announced it plans to offer IE8 via Windows Update.   In a move that will likely anger rivals such as Apple and Google, Microsoft will be pushing Internet Explorer 8 via Windows Update. Google raised concerns back in 2006 when IE7 was originally released via Windows Update.   The IE8 update will be released as the highest priority update for each operating system. For Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, it will be listed as Important. For Windows XP and Windows Server 2003,

    Windows 7 beta 1 review

    anyweb
    By anyweb,
    Reviewing the first beta of an important release like Windows 7 is never an easy job to do. A confouding factor is that many people have already made up their mind about Windows 7; not because they have tried it, but because it's a Microsoft product, and therefore it sucks. At OSNews we try to judge products by their own merits, not by the parent company that created it. Read on for a set of impressions regarding the Windows 7 beta.   read more > http://osnews.com/story/20722/Review_Windows

    "Windows 7 Outperforms XP, Vista"

    anyweb
    By anyweb,
    Even though the EULA accompanying the beta build of Windows 7 prohibits the publication of benchmark results (good luck enforcing that one, Redmond), everybody and their dog will still compare the Windows 7 beta to Vista and Windows XP. Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is one of those benchmarking the beta, and according to his results, the Windows 7 beta beats both Vista and XP in just about every scenario.   read more > http://blogs.zdnet.com/hardware/?p=3236&page=1   via > osnews.com

    Windows 7 beta 1 leaked

    anyweb
    By anyweb,
    via neowin

    Windows 7 beta download before Jan 5th

    anyweb
    By anyweb,
    Several Microsoft watchers have speculated that Microsoft may release the Windows 7 beta to Microsoft Action Pack subscribers on or before the 5th January. Microsoft posted a note to its partner site regarding the latest Microsoft Action Pack Subscription quarterly update kit. In the update Windows 7 is included as "download only". The packs content is due to start shipping on "January 5, 2009, depending on region, and continues with the first month of each subsequent quarter (January, April, J

    Microsoft Extends Windows XP's Lifetime

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    By anyweb,
    Windows Vista has been out and about for a while now, and it has already been updated with a service pack, with a second service pack on its way. Vista's successor, Windows 7, is also getting closer and closer to release, but despite all that, Windows XP is still going strong, and demand for the operating system remains high. Because of that, Microsoft has yet again extended Windows XP's lifetime for OEMs and resellers.   via osnews.com

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