Did I get it right, people want to downgrade.
For couple of weeks I have been using Windows Server 2012, server version of Windows 8. As Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 got the same new Start Menu. The only difference I think is that Windows Server has the server apps while. And they have the same problems.
"Huston we have a problem!" Wait maybe it should be "Microsoft we have a problem!"
Now that Windows 8 is soon here (at least for the general public, have had for weeks now from MSDN/ELMS). Many of the user will notice that the the Start Menu, which you have spent hours to learn have been replaced by something that can barely be used. Well my guess it is going to be amazing on a tablet/touch screens n pc, but for them to ho are still usi...
After getting responses for one of my older post, I decided to write a tutorial that might work today.
Why do we students have to wait longer then the developers to get our hands on Windows 8.
Today I spent almost whole day trying to solve a problem, caused by SysPrep
As good Windows 7 seems to be, it has its perks, at least on my Laptop. I installed both 32 and 64 bit version of Windows 7 on M720R, and it had driver problems, on both architectures. There were more problem on 64 bit then on 32 bit.
Now I have been using Windows 7 Pro RTM (Build 7600) for two weeks on a Asus EeeBox B202.
It looks like Windows PE can be used more then just to install Windows NT 6+ (Vista/2008/7/2008R2) or as a recovery console.
Last week i downloaded Windows 7 Professional from ELMS (student part of MSDNAA). Win7 came out much faster then Vista did.
Installing Windows NT 6.x from USB is almost as easy as installing from a DVD.