The new iMac with its 27” LED display and core i7 goodness, slim profile and drop dead gorgeous looks lacks just one thing. It doesn’t run Windows 7 out of the box. Snow Leopard and the lackluster Apple supplied software notwithstanding, I was still drooling at how big a code window I could get if I fired up Visual Studio 2010 in this baby. Here’s a step by step guide to matching the most beautiful (if not the best) hardware with the most useful OS of all times – Installing Windows 7 on iMAC 27” Core i5/i7.
Microsoft Windows 7 is now in RC. For those of you excited by the new OS, here’s a first look at the Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate install process on Hyper V.
Total time to install : less than 30 minutes, including answering the Setup wizard.
Verdict: Highly recommended if you’re on XP; wait for the final version if you’re on Vista.
Just coz I keep forgetting should mean somebody somewhere is looking for this information too. Just wishing the install process for team Foundation were to be a straightforward isn’t enough. Here, here is the walkthrough just for the keepsakes. No, it is not at all a bad idea to keep source control virtualized, in fact it could be advantageous simply because it can be isolated even further due to the virtual setup.
C#/Windows Only. Need a quick and dirty code to snap that Flash player on your screen? Need to capture the whole of the Desktop? Or just an application window? Get the code here for doing it as your please.
I had a restful sleep. Sound sleep. Woke up at 9:35 on Sunday morning. Got a lot of things to do. I walk into my den and find my laptop off. WTF. Power on. Windows starts with the ominous “not shut down properly screen…” Eh, normal … but … the laptop switches off! WTF, is this the way to say “Good Morning?” Try once more. Same thing, the laptop shuts down after 10 or so seconds. Arrgh…
So, it happened sooner than I expected! I knew this was going to happen … but so soon?
1000s of documents out there that describe how to seize FSMO role RID Master, Infrastructure Master etc from one domain controller to the other but not that easy to find a document that describes how
There are so many cool reasons to go Hyper-V. Including your firewall. The problem is(was), it is not documented anywhere. Entering the 3rd month of successfully running an ISA Server 2006 inside Hyper-V while still maintaining complete security of the internal network including the host machine required just a little effort.
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