George Chetcuti’s Blog

Last Updated on 24 July 2014, Total: 525 Blog Posts

With a career spanning more than 23 years in IT, George Chetcuti has hands-on experience on HP high-end UNIX setups, Windows high-availability clusters and cloud computing. He has overseen various network projects and managed IT departments. The aim of this blog is to address various network related issues and topics from networking concepts to hands-on tasks for the community of network administrators, where your comments and suggestions are always welcome. He also writes about Windows 7 in the little free time he has at www.windows7library.com.

9 Command-line 10 Sept. 2013
152 General 23 June 2014
37 Implementation 10 July 2014
20 Monitoring 19 May 2014
161 News 24 July 2014
92 Products 17 July 2014
33 Security 21 July 2014
5 Troubleshooting 2 May 2012
16 Virtualization 23 June 2014
  1. Kinect for Windows

    February 1st, Microsoft will launch Kinect for Windows hardware and accompanying version 1 software. It will be available in limited quantities in United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, and United Kingdom. Microsoft has plans to release a cheaper academic version later on this year. In addition to support for Windows 7 and the... Read More

  2. New GPU design for mobile devices

    Future smartphones and tablet computers can leverage the enhanced performance of the new Mali-T658 GPU designed by ARM. Up to ten times faster than its predecessor, the new GPU is aimed at boosting mobile graphics and increasing ARM's market share in mobile graphics. We have to wait about 2 years to experience the benefits of the new design as ARM... Read More

  3. Develop apps using Windows Kinect capabilities!

    Microsoft released beta 2 of Kinect for Windows SDK v1.0 which includes drivers, rich APIs for raw sensor streams and human tracking, documentation and resource materials. With Kinect for Windows SDK developers can create rich experiences by using the sensor technology on computers running Windows 7 or Windows 8. Kinect is a motion sensing input device for the Xbox 360... Read More

  4. Supercomputers for all!

    Virginia Tech's Corporate Research Center is in the final stages of testing an energy-efficient supercomputer called HokieSpeed. It is pictured as the next war horse for research and its 455 trillion operations per second capability will surely makes it the next generation tool for researches! HokieSpeed supercomputer is made up of 209 separate computers connected together in a large server... Read More

  5. The world’s fastest single GPU graphics card

    The semiconductor giant Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has launched the world's fastest single-GPU Graphics card, featuring exceptional performance improvement and enables new levels of gaming and compute capabilities. The AMD Radeon HD 7970's processor is the only GPU based on 28nm production technology. AMD's Eyefinity technology together with AMD's App Acceleration, PCI Express 3 support, better power management, and AMD's... Read More

  6. Visual Studio 2010 Training Kit

    If you are a Visual Studio 2010 inexperienced user and need some help, then I suggest you download the following training kit from Microsoft. The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4 Training Kit The training kit includes demos, presentations and hands-on labs that help you leverage the various features found in this development tool. Visual Studio 2010 is a... Read More

  7. A merry Christmas to all!

    The WindowsNetworking.com team would like to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!... Read More

  8. Try Search Commands from Microsoft’s Office Labs

    Search Commands is an Office Labs experiment designed to quickly find the commands you need in Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010. It works with Word, Excel and PowerPoint only. Office Labs is a group within Microsoft and experiments with ideas by building prototypes to shape future research and development in the productivity space for both work and home. To install... Read More

  9. How Has Surface Changed?

    The latest 40 inch Samsung SUR40 for Microsoft Surface takes the touchscreen technology to new levels. The 40-inch touchscreen can feel 50 'touches' at once, including pens, pointers or anything else placed on the table unlike other devices that can only feel fingers. The new Full HD screen has a high-powered Windows PC built in, which features some exciting changes... Read More

  10. Seagate and Samsung combined strength!

    Seagate claims that its acquisition of Samsung's hard drive business will allow them to offer a more extensive portfolio of innovative storage solutions. The acquisition was completed on December 19th, 2011 and the deal includes assets, infrastructure and employees. Also, Seagate will supply disk drives to Samsung for PCs, notebooks and consumer devices while, Samsung will supply Seagate with chips... Read More

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