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Windows Vista @ TechnoReality - Part 11

Windows Vista @ TechnoReality

Micorosft Windows Vista & Compatible Items

Apple refreshes iPod lineup


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At a special event in San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Performing Arts, Apple on Tuesday introduced two new iPods, which sport a 60% brighter screen, as well as a refreshed iPod nano and iPod shuffle.  

Available in 30GB and 80GB models, the new iPod features increase battery life that ups video playback from 2 hours to 3.5 hours. The 80GB iPod can play video for 6.5 hours, Apple says. Other new features include gapless playback and instant searching by letter.

Apple has additionally added game support to the iPod. Users can purchase games from the iTunes Store for $4.99 USD each, and play them using the device’s scroll wheel. The company has partnered with EA and others to make available titles such as Mahjong, Pac Man, Tetris, and Texas Hold ‘Em.

 

New headphones, which Apple has been developing for 18 months, will come standard with the new iPod. The 30GB iPod is priced at $249 USD, with the 80GB version running $349 USD.

The diminutive iPod nano, meanwhile, has received a makeover that includes an aluminum body like the older iPod mini, as well as a range of colors including green, silver, blue, black and pink. Battery life on the nano has been increased to 24 hours, and the device will receive the same new software features as the larger iPod.

The rest of the story HERE


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  • Dell releases it’s 1st AMD desktop


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    The PC maker will begin taking orders for its new Dimension e521 and c521 desktops, which will offer AMD’s Sempron, Athlon 64 and dual-core Athlon 64 X2 chips, on Sept. 13.

    The desktops, designed for consumers and small and midsize businesses will begin shipping in volume several days later, company executives said.

    The new desktops—themselves part of a cadre of new desktops the Round Rock, Texas, PC maker company introduced for businesses and consumers on Sept. 12 at its Technology Day, here—are part of a broader effort by Dell to broaden its product line in 2006.

    Read the rest of the story HERE


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  • ATI releases a Vista Readiness Advisor


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    ATI have created and released an application that allows you to see, whether your Computer will meet the Vista Premium Requirements.

    According to results, at least 70 percent of those that used the Application failed to meet the criteria needed for various reasons, including Graphics, Hard Drive Space, Processor Speed and other factors.

    If you’d like to try the Application you can get it HERE


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    Microsoft prepares for October RTM


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    Since Microsoft Released Windows Vista™ Release Candidate 1 (RC1) on September 1, 2006, Microsoft has “Forked” the development cycle and began work on the Release To Manufacturing (RTM) builds, which Technical Beta Testers and the Technology Adoption Program Members (TAP) will continue to receive throughout the development cycle. Once Microsoft finalizes Windows Vista™ later this quarter it will then be shipping the code to manufactures for production, also known as “Release To Manufacturing” or “RTM”. Microsoft is currently targeting to release the product to manufactures in October 2006, the exact date is unknown and is ultimately determined by the product quality.

    Upon the final release of Windows Vista™ Microsoft will be delivering five (5) different editions, two (2) Business Editions which is currently targeted for release in November 2006 to Volume License Customers and three (3) Home Editions which is currently targeted for general availability in “Early” 2007, Some sites are saying January 30. 2007 although the exact delivery date of Windows Vista™ will be determined by product quality.

    Read the rest of the story HERE


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    The Hard Drive Turns 50


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    Today, the hard drive is found everywhere–from the PCs we use daily to MP3 players and memory keys so small you can toss them in your pocket and forget you’re carrying around a hard drive. But when the hard drive was first introduced on September 13, 1956, it required a humongous housing and 50 24-inch platters to store 1/2400 as much data as can be fit on today’s largest capacity 1-inch hard drives.

    Back then, the small team at IBM’s San Jose-based lab was seeking a way to replace tape with a storage mechanism that allowed for more-efficient random access to data. The question was, how to bring random-access storage to business computing?

    HERE


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    The Inquirer reviews RC1


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    WE’VE HAD THE pleasure of using Vista since its very early builds. The first release candidate is now upon us, and was made available to download by TechBeta and Technology Adoption Program program subscribers last week.MSDN and TechNet subscribers should now also be able to grab the near-complete RC1 release, build number 5600. One INQUIRER columnist has already given us his positive and then negative spin on RC1, and further testing from this hack has uncovered further problems.

    Throughout the testing of the past releases, it was strikingly evident how incomplete Vista’s code was. Various incomplete features, missing graphics, place-holder text messages, and a plethora of bugs, left many feeling very underwhelmed, and increasingly worried by the next operating system from Microsoft.

    A release candidate should consist of all features that will appear in the finished product, in an almost final state, with simple bug fixing and last-minute problem finding being the main concerns of the testers and developers. A beta 2 ‘pre-RC1′ build, numbered 5536, of Vista was only recently made available for download just before RC1, and was considered surprisingly stable and bug-free compared to previous betas. RC1, then, should easily cope under scrutiny from the INQUIRER.

    Installation
    The install didn’t go well. The test system had a Nvidia based RAID setup over two SATA disks which had been running XP perfectly for some time. Vista refused to see the RAID, even with beta Vista-specific drivers from Nvidia. Booting Vista from within XP allowed setup to see the hard-disks, but after the preliminary setup routines, and a reboot, Vista failed to again see the drives. Searching Nvidia forums gave an answer - load the Vista specific drivers in an XP-based Vista setup even when it recognizes the RAID. The install then worked. It’s surprising one of the most utilised RAID supporting motherboard chipsets from one of the biggest suppliers of chipsets are still having problems with their Vista drivers at this very late stage.

    Read the rest of the story HERE


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    I WANT THIS PHONE!

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    I am sure some of you have read about the mysterious Cingular 3025 over on MSMobiles.com, and the various places it has been “reposted”. Well I have been sitting on something for sometime now (not willingly but out of a respectful request from a source). My source after seeing all of these “rumors” has given me permission to post what “I” know about this subject.
    more of this at : http://www.mobilegadgetnews.com/index.php?showtopic=12843

     Cingular.com

    to go and find the phone.


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    Tweaking Windows Vista RC1


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    I have had the chance to use Windows Vista RC1(Build 5600). I installed it inside of a VMWare Virtual Server. I then searched around the web and found these hints from a variety of sources (and one of my own). It’s all legal as nothing is reverse engineered.

    According to Microsoft, the requirements for a successful Vista installation are:
    Processor of at least 1GHz 32bit(x86) or 64bit (x64)
    1Gb of system memory
    A graphics card which is DirectX 9 capable and with 128Mbs memory
    40Gb hard disk space
    DVD Drive.
    Audio
    Network Capable

    1. Installing Vista RC1 without a key
    You can install Vista without a CD key. Just leave the product key field blank ,hit next, and answer no to the dialog box. You can then select any edition of Vista to install (Ultimate, Home Premium, Home Basic, Business, or Starter). Check the box at the bottom and there you go. Vista with no key. Note: You cannot activate if you don’t do this unless you have a CD key for the version you installed.

    2. Logging on as Local Administrator if you have already logged in as a user
    a. If you are having trouble logging on as the built-in Administrator account, you will have to modify some registry entries to display the Administrator account.
    Log in using the user account you created during the Windows Vista setup process.
    From the Start menu, click All Programs and then expand Accessories.
    Right click on “Command Prompt” and click “Run as Administrator”.
    Click on “Allow” from the Windows Security dialog.
    In the Command Prompt window, type “regedit” (without the quotes) and press Enter.
    In the Registry Editor, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon
    Add a new key called “SpecialAccounts” (without the quotes).
    In the “SpecialAccounts” key you just made, create a sub-key called “UserList” (without the quotes)
    Make sure you are navigated to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\SpecialAccounts\UserList
    In the “UserList” key, create a new DWORD (32-bit) item and name it Administrator.
    Double click on the new DWORD item and set its value to 1.
    Close Registry Editor and the Command Prompt.
    NOW:
    Go to Start/All Programs and right click the command prompt.
    Type Control UserPasswords2.
    Click Advanced.
    Click Advanced again.
    Select Users.
    Select Administrator and untick the the box “Administrator is disabled”NB. If you follow the above path (Tip 2.) you may find that some of the following tips, related to security, are not needed. Bu believe me, it makes a difference working withou those nags.

    3. Exclude some unused services
    It’s a good idea to try disabling these services a little at a time. If you do not have a complete knowledge of you computer, you may need some of these. Alternatively, you may leave them all in, they will not impair too much on the resident memory.

    1. Run services.msc via the Run command (Win key +R).
    2. Stop the following services and change their start-up type to disabled

    - Computer browser (if not connected to LAN)
    - Fax (if not using printer and fax)
    - Windows Error Reporting Service
    - Secondary logon
    - Tablet PC Input service
    - Print spooler (if not using printer and fax)
    - Windows time
    - Media center receiver service (This caused some dysfunction on my computer)
    - Security center
    - Routing and remote access (if not connected to LAN)
    - Internet connection sharing
    - TCP/IP NetBios helper
    - Server (if not sharing resources through LAN)
    - Offline files
    3. Close the services management console.

    By taking these steps, you will ensure that your OS has less processes running in the background, so more memory can be dedicated to the programs you open, not the ones that are used by Windows itself, by default.

    4. Disable system restore
    1. Control panel- System and maintenance- System
    2. Advanced system settings
    3. System protection tab
    4. Uncheck all the drives.
    5. Apply changes.

    5.Disable some UI effects
    1. Control panel- System
    2. Advanced system settings
    3. Advanced tab/Performance/Settings
    4. Uncheck the following boxes:
    - Fade or slide menus into view
    - Fade or slide tooltips into view
    - show shadows under menus
    - Show translucent selection rectangle
    - Slide open combo boxes
    - Use a background image for each folder type
    5. Apply changes.


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    Posted from within Vista RC1


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    Successfully running Windows Vista RC1 within VMWare Server 1.0.1 Build 29996. Additionally, I am using the new Microsoft Writer blog software.

    So far it seems stable and fast (considering it is in a VM environment) compared to Beta 2. I have 1GB of RAM allocated to it and gave it a 50GB hard drive.

    I am going to install some of my favorite software and see how that goes. My complete review of it is going to take another day or so however…

    One comment however, to give a taste of what is to come - this feels a lot like it should be XP SP3 or XP Third Edition, not quite enough new user environment. Maybe Win98 Eighth Edition. More testing however, before final conclusions will be reached..


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    I just want to see if it actually works.

    I am using WordPress 2.0 after trying several others and have found it to be a wonderful thing.


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