I recently sat down with Technical Fellow and
SysInternals founder Mark Russinovich to dig a bit into what's new in the Windows Server 2008 kernel. Of course, we talk about many things including HyperV, application virtualization, kernel architecture (not everybody defines an OS kernel in the…
Ok... this is wicked, Iain and Andrew show me a version of the next Windows Server OS that has essentially no UI, no desktop, no other apps... just pure Server goodness and a command line. Toss the monitor and give me just a scrolling LED screen on the front
and I'm set. Iain also talks to me…
Shanen, a member of the Vista team from the beginning, takes me through a bunch of features in the Beta 2 release of Vista. We get to see event reporting, new policy management features, some IE security features, and a cool help option that actually handles
doing the work for you.
Now that HALO 3 has been released, my Xbox 360 and I are hanging out together again, Xbox Live is in the picture too. Why? Best answer could be HALO 3 multiplayer mode, and what's better than multiplayer mode? Multiplayer mode with friends.
This resulted in a perfect opportunity to create a…
Keeping up with their tradition,
Don and Chris sing an inspired song for the holidays. Episodes
III are available if you are in the mood for more holiday fun.
Download the song in
WMA or MP3 format
Ernie Booth takes a look at peer to peer in Windows Vista. Ravi Rao Program Manager of Peer to Peer explains why we will care about it and how Windows Vista applications will take advantage of peer to peer.
The Windows Vista application Windows Collaboration is shown off along with a sample…
Scott Dart focuses on the tagging features of Vista's Photo Gallery. It captures an interesting moment in the history of information management. Historically we've relied on folder hierachy to organize large collections of digital files. You can still use
The Demystified Series is pleased to present a collection of screencasts on
Windows Authorization Manager (AzMan). Keith Brown, a contributing editor for MSDN Magazine and co-founder of PluralSight, states that this series provides, “…what may be your first look at Authorization Manager – a…
We've heard lots of rumors about Windows Forms and what'll happen to that technology on the next version of Windows, code-named Longhorn.
Will WinForms still work?
Will they still be useful?
Is it worth it to develop with WinForms today? Won't Avalon do away with WinForms?
Can WinForms UIs be…
Jim Allchin is the Group Vice President for Platforms at Microsoft. The Channel 9 team sat down with Jim yesterday and asked him to share his thoughts on the updated Windows "Longhorn" plan and schedule that was announced on Friday. Jim gives an overview
of the updates to the plan and…