Yea, in order to get it to work with IE7 in Vista you have to disable the popup blocker for the site. It is very annoying.
Also, since it is an ActiveX control it runs in IE7's "Protected Mode". So it the download will end up being located in the virtualized hard drive space IE7 creates for security. That is why you received the prompt about saving the file to temporary internet
Just out of curiosity - is this more of an isolated initiative within Microsoft where a single team performs analysis and determines where in this "map" Microsoft's products/architectures fit? Or is it more of an initiative where program managers at Microsoft use
this information as sort of a feed back loop to determine where they want their product to fit in the business landscape and where it should go in the next 3-5 years?
It seems like this could be just as useful for Microsoft in determining the direction of their products as it is for the customers trying to find an overall IT strategy.
for (int j = 0;j < 10000000;j++)
int blah2 = j;
BTW - the results of this are -
which is very interesting because it shows the second version actually being faster than the first!
I am by no means an expert (I have only a little assembly experience on hand). So if anyone wants to prove me wrong please do so. Oh, and this code is not perfect (I spent like 20 seconds writing it), so please don't be too hard on me