Jan 102010
 

With the release of Windows 7, Microsoft has also released the Remote Desktop Connection client 7.0 as the default RDP client. Microsoft has also released this client for Windows Vista and Windows XP. With RDC Client 7.0 lots of the features are geared towards Windows 2008 and Windows 7 environments and less for Windows Vista and XP.

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Jan 092010
 

In Windows server 2008/2003, Windows 7, Windows Vista and XP, by default NTFS filesystem maintains file names in old 8dot3 format for every file in long filename format to allow legacy applications to be able to access to these files. If you do not use any legacy applications or using a Fileserver which is extensively used then finetuning or even disabling 8dot3 naming can significantly improve performance.

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Jan 072010
 

SuperFetch is a new feature in Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 to improve performance of your system. Windows SuperFetch enables programs and files to load quickly. When you’re not actively using your computer, background tasks—including automatic backup programs and antivirus scans—run when they will least disturb you to save system memory space.

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Oct 262009
 

Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows 7 allows administrators to manage roles and features on Windows Server 2008 R2 (Core & Full installation) and, for some roles and features, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2003 from your Windows 7 PC attached to the domain. This feature is comparable in functionality to the Windows Server 2003 Administrative Tools Pack and Remote Server Administration Tools for Windows Vista with Service Pack 1 (SP1).

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Oct 262009
 

When you copy files from one location to other in Windows, you might have seen the errors like “File name too long to copy” with those wonderful useless options SKIP or CANCEL.

This is because of the limit on the number of characters on a File Path and the Filename togethor. So, the bad news is there is no direct fix for this.

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