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  1. Windows 7 articles

    Windows 7 is officially out. Well, WindowsNetworking.com team is ready. Make sure you check out Windows 7 section in our "Articles and Tutorials": http://windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Windows_7/ Also try our sister sites WindowSecurity.com and VirtualizationAdmin.com for content on security and virtualization subjects... Read More

  2. Windows 8 Developer Preview

    Get a glimpse of Microsoft's new operating system by trying the pre-beta version of Windows 8 for developers. Though, it is nowhere near finished and should not be used in production environments, it would be quite interesting to know where Microsoft is heading with this new generation of Windows. You have the ability to try out both the touch-centric 'Metro'... Read More

  3. Windows 8 Refresh Points & System Recovery

    Both Refresh Points and System Recovery features in Windows 8 can be used to remove malicious and corrupted files. W. Kenneth Johnson has published some notes from his research about Windows 8 forensics and where you can find a good explanation about various artifacts related to these two features. Read more here - http://randomthoughtsofforensics.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/windows-8-refresh-excerpt.html... Read More

  4. Windows 8 will install faster!

    According to Microsoft, Windows 8 will be easier to use and faster to install! Windows 8 has a revamped install process and will install in only 21 minutes on a clean system. Until we are able to verify such statements (second half of 2012) Microsoft will continue to improve reliability while also improving the installation experience and raw performance. PCs... Read More

  5. Windows 8.1 Preview FAQ

    Check out the frequently asked questions and get more information about Windows 8.1 Preview... Read More

  6. Windows ADK for Windows 8 Release Preview

    Download Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 8 Release Preview, and start some hands-on training how to best deploy a future roll-out of Windows 8 to end users' workstations. The Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit is a collection of tools that you can use to customize, assess, and deploy Windows operating systems to new computers. Windows Deployment is... Read More

  7. Windows Azure AD Rights Management tools

    Windows Azure AD Rights Management provides the ability to enable the use of digital rights management technology in organizations that subscribe to the Office 365 preview services. Office 365 Preview customers can enable rights management capabilities within the Preview versions of Exchange Online, SharePoint and Office. These downloads enable an administrator to manage Windows Azure AD rights management features and... Read More

  8. Windows Desktop Search 3.01 for Windows XP (KB917013)

    Overview Windows Desktop Search (WDS) 3.01 is a minor update to Windows Desktop Search 3.0 that adds: support for indexing UNC files, additional support for enterprise deployment, and stability improvements. WDS 3.01 installs on Windows XP and Window Server 2003, but is not needed for Windows Vista since the WDS component is already included in Vista. Windows Desktop Search 3.01... Read More

  9. Windows Essential Business Server 2008 - Public Preview Software – Release Candidate 1

    Designed and priced for midsize businesses, Windows Essential Business Server 2008 simplifies your daily activities with a Centralized Administration Console that gives you a single point of access to your IT environment. Windows Essential Business Server 2008 also provides an integrated and predictable platform, allowing you to view, deploy, manage, and administer third-party applications from one starting point. Download Page... Read More

  10. Windows Firewall Logs

    Troubleshooting network problems can be quite daunting at times and a recommended good practice when troubleshooting Windows Firewalls is to enable the native logs. If you need to verify whether a firewall rule is blocking or allowing traffic, you should enable logging, re-create the problem and then examine the log files. By default, Windows Firewall saves log entries in %SystemRoot%\System32\LogFiles\Firewall\Pfirewall.log... Read More

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