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Windows Vista @ TechnoReality - Part 5

Windows Vista @ TechnoReality

Micorosft Windows Vista & Compatible Items

Barack teases a bit


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  • Ballmer - Life after Vista


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    from ZDNet

    NEW YORK–The holiday season hasn’t gone exactly as Microsoft had hoped.

    The much-anticipated Zune, Microsoft’s portable music player entry, has received mixed reviews, and demand has been tepid. Sure, Vista made its debut, finally, last week–but only for business customers. The Windows XP successor, more than five years in the making, didn’t make it into consumers’ hands for the all-important holiday sales season. Ditto for Office 2007, the flagship of the company’s second most-profitable product line.

    CEO Steve Ballmer says he isn’t worried. Like Chairman Bill Gates, he says Zune will, over time, gain ground on Apple Computer’s iPod. On Thursday, Microsoft rolled out Vista and Office 2007 to business customers, signaling the start of serious testing within big companies. Consumers will be able to get their hands on Vista and Office 2007 on January 30, the company said.

    Less heralded, but almost as important to Microsoft’s bottom line, are the more than 30 other new enterprise software products that debuted on Thursday–everything from a new version of Exchange Server to security software and data-mining tools. These and other products will boost Windows ability to work with technologies like voice over IP, business instant messaging and video.

    Ballmer sat down with CNET News.com here to discuss life after Vista, battling the iPod, and the rising importance of mobile devices.

    Q: Are you relieved that Vista has shipped?
    Ballmer: Excited!

    Now that Vista work is more or less wrapped up–or will be soon–have resources been freed up within Microsoft (to work on things like Longhorn Server)?
    Ballmer: Well, we’re going to do a next version of Windows, and so one of the questions is whether we’re going to have the same number of people, fewer people, (or) whether we need more people. We’re going to have a very large team continuing to work on Windows innovation. Some people will undoubtedly do new things. Some senior people, some head count, will flow to some other areas.

    There’s a lot of things we want to do, need to do, can do in Windows. The prevailing kind of press point of view is, “Is there more?” I can just start with what we need to do for hardware enablement, and I think it’s not hard to agree that there’s plenty of additional important innovation to do.

    We do tend to focus on the big features, like WinFS (file system) and other things that were talked about in 2004. Are those still in development?
    Ballmer: Sure. We talked about things like the (Windows) Presentation Foundation shift, as an example. I think at our financial analyst meeting I talked about four big pillars: (There’s) one that’s about desktop and personal productivity, one is about the enterprise, one that’s about entertainment devices, and one that’s about online.

    If you look over the last three years and see what’s going on, the personal productivity one has been approximately flat in size, in terms of engineers. If you look at the number of people we have working on enterprise stuff, it’s gone up. If you look at the number of people we’ve had involved in online, it’s gone up. And if you look at the number of people we’ve had in entertainment devices, it’s gone up some–probably less than most people would guess, because when Xbox was done it freed up resources that went to work on Zune, for example. So, this one has been more flattish in size, and the others have been increasing more.

    Looking at the business market, one thing that seems very different today is that consumers shape a lot of the technology we use at work–consumers use a technology at home, and then they want it at work. To me, that seems to be truer now than it was when Windows XP was launched five years ago.
    Ballmer: When Windows and the PC and office productivity software got established, it was end user-in, not IT-out. There’s no doubt about that. And so our basic mind frame–my basic mind frame–is that most adoption happens first with the end user.

    I mean end user-facing innovation. Virtualization is not going to be adopted first in the end-user market. New firewall technologies might be first in the enterprise. But things that are really about the user, happen first with the user.

    Because of Y2K, because people were moving to try to do more centralized management, a little bit of that has ebbed slightly. But in general, if we want somebody to use our technology, the best thing to do is to get the CEO and the business leaders themselves personally excited about it. That’s a very powerful phenomenon.

    Continue at ZDNet


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  • 3D Vista RSS Reader - WAY COOOL


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    UniveRSS is a 3D RSS feed reader for Windows Vista. It leverages the Windows Presentation Foundation and provides a stunning way of visualizing RSS feeds and their content. It introduces a full-screen 3D universe where galaxies represent the folders of your RSS feed directory, and the stars are represented by the spinning cubes that hold the feed information. Size and position of the feed cubes indicate how many unread items they contain.

     
    RSS feeds are represented as 3D cubes spinning in a universe.

    You navigate through the feed galaxies in a game-like environment, freely moving in all three dimensions. Selecting items in lists will turn the cube to the next side displaying the item’s content including images. Just click the right mouse buttons and you turn back to the list view or to the galaxy.
    UniveRSS is a showcase application that demonstrates the use of several WPF features, 3D animations, data binding, and data visualization. Currently UniveRSS uses the RSS Feed Store managed through Internet Explorer 7. Later versions will allow you to manage the Feed Store from within the UniveRSS application.
    Please note: We expect RSS feeds to become visually more appealing in the future. Today a lot of feeds don’t provide any logo or feed picture yet. In such cases the cubes only display a generic feed icon. So make sure to use a list of feeds that provide logos to generate the best experience (e.g. most podcasts).

    What do you need?

    Since this is a WPF showcase using 3D models and animations, we strongly recommend to install UniveRSS on PCs ready for Windows Vista Premium. This includes PCs with the following specifications:

    • 1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor
    • 1 GB of system memory
    • Support for DirectX 9 graphics with a WDDM driver, 128 MB of graphics memory (minimum), Pixel Shader 2.0 and 32 bits per pixel.
    • You will find the complete list of requirements here.

    Road map - what comes next?

    UniveRSS is an evolving showcase application which will continuously be developed and enhanced with new features. It will update itself through the ClickOnce deployment service. You will also find regular articles on the development and how to’s from a developer’s perspective. Updates will be announced through the MSDN Flash newsletter. By registering for the Panel website you will receive updates via MSDN Flash.
    Over the next months you will see enhancements and additional features like:

    • alternative ways to navigate in UniveRSS
    • further customization features and RSS feed management information
    • advanced search and sorting possibilities
    • more-advanced physical animation model
    • integration of Live services
    • additional layouts
    • and many more …
    • How is it done?

    With the release of version 1.0 you will find documentation and descriptions on how UniveRSS was built.

    Source: Microsoft


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    Here is a reason that will keep a Vista Media Center from ever entering my household and it’s got DRM written all over it.
    A Vista media center will not let you stream cable video content around your house without using a Media Center Extender (MCX), which at present consists of the Xbox 360, although more third party devices are on there way.
    This effectively means you need to buy an MCX device to watch TV around your house and even then it will be controlled by the content owners who will be deciding what you can do with your content.
    I also imagine this kicks Slingbox type devices and PMPs out of the arena too so don’t even think about watching TV outside your house.
    I’m guessing this is a decision from CableLabs rather than from Microsoft, we already know that TiVo is having trouble getting its multi-room viewing and placeshifting ideas past CableLabs for the Series 3.
    I don’t know about you but this whole thing seems backwards, we had multi-room viewing and placeshifting when we had a video tape. You could take that tape upstairs to watch on another TV and you could take that tape to your friend’s house to watch it.
    But using more ‘advanced’ PVR technology with a PC means you are suddenly not allowed to do this unless the content owners say so. Maybe I should dust off my old VCR.

    via PVRWire


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    19,500+ Drivers in Vista RTM


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    Now that Windows Vista has released to manufacturing, you might think that there is no opportunity for the product to get better before you get to use it.  Pre-Internet and before Windows Update, that was generally the case.  But things are different today.  With Windows Update, as new device drivers are available or issues are found and corrected, the product will simply get better and better over time.

    While we worked hard to get a comprehensive set of drivers on the DVD prior to release-to-manufacturing (RTM), the magic of Windows Update and Automatic Updates makes this “frozen in time” distribution problem basically a non-issue.  For Windows Vista we are excited to have over 19,500 device drivers on the Windows Vista DVD (in contrast to just 10,000 for Windows XP when it shipped).  The number of device drivers is really a small way of looking at it, since each driver can usually support numerous actual different device models.  Indeed, sometimes a single driver can support hundreds of different models, as often is the case with video drivers.  But, what is even more significant is that at the RTM for Windows Vista, we already had an additional 11,700 device drivers on Windows Update compared to just 2,000 for Windows XP when it RTM’d in 2001.  And while we will have significantly more drivers online by official availability, we will continue to add more drivers even after the launch.  Because of the improvements in Automatic Updates for Windows Vista, users that choose the recommended setting for Automatic Updates will have the latest drivers installed and available when they add a new device.

    The other experience that Windows Update helps improve is with third-party applications.  Supporting existing applications on the new operating system is obviously key to driving satisfaction and adoption of the new product.  We have worked hard with independent software vendor (ISV) partners to make sure that these applications work well on Windows Vista.  Many of these ISVs have had a chance to either respond to our feedback or test their applications themselves and have worked with us to address any issues.  Now that we have finished Windows Vista, we expect even more application vendors to test their applications and give us feedback.  As we work with these ISV partners, we will develop application compatibility updates to make even more applications work great with Vista.  As each batch is ready, we will put the new compatibility updates on Windows Update.

    Read the rest of Jim Allchin’s comments at windowsvistablog.com


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    Vista Experience Rating


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    I’ve been getting great questions about Windows Vista via e-mail lately and thought I would answer a few of them here. If I keep getting good questions, I’ll make this a regular feature.

    Yesterday, Stefan asked about the “Windows Vista System Performance Grade”:

    I don’t understand the scale really. How it works, what a 1 is, what a 10 is, and I can’t find information on these topics … It’s frustrating.

    Can you possibly send some links my way, or find out, how the hell in the world this scaling system works and what it would take to get a perfect score (whatever that number might be?)

    The Windows Vista System Assessment Tool runs at installation time (and later, if you change hardware) and produces an overall rating of your hardware called the Windows Experience Index. In August, my ZDNet colleague Adrian Kingsley-Hughes put together a really great, in-depth look at the Windows Experience Index based on an earlier beta release….

    Finish the article at Ed Bott on ZDNET


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  • Vista RTM


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    The bits went golden shortly after 10AM today.

    Source and more ZDNET


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  • Will Vista RTM today?


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    There is plenty of discussion out there that says that Microsoft intends to Release to Manufacture Vista TODAY.  If that happens MSDN subscribers should be able to get their hands on the final bits right away. No doubt we will have reviews from MANY sources the day after RTM. Stay Tuned.

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  • Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor RC


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    Want to see if your Windows XP-based PC can run Windows Vista? Just download, install, and run the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor RC.

    This small software tool will scan your computer and create an easy-to-understand report of all known system, device, and program compatibility issues, and recommend ways to resolve them. Upgrade Advisor can also help you choose the edition of Windows Vista that best fits the way you want to use your computer.

    Note: This software isn’t final, so the results you get may not be 100% accurate. Make sure you run Upgrade Advisor again in a few months for a more accurate assessment and to get the latest up-to-date information about whether your system is ready for an upgrade.

    Before you begin

    Before you run the Upgrade Advisor, be sure to plug in any USB or other attachable peripheral devices (such as printers, external hard drives, or scanners) that are regularly used with the PC that you’re evaluating.

    Download Download Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor RCWindows Vista Upgrade Advisor RC

    Additional information
    • The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor works with 32-bit versions of Windows XP and Windows Vista. It will not work with Windows 98, Windows 2000, or Windows XP Professional x64 Edition.
    • Here are answers to some common questions about the Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor RC.
    • The Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor RC does not collect or send any personal, identifiable data to Microsoft Corporation or third parties. See the Upgrade Advisor privacy statement for details.

    Source: Microsoft


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  • Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.0RC


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    This past weekend the application compatibility team passed a major milestone as they posted the release candidate of the Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.0 on the web for download. ACT 5.0 RC is an all in one tool to help IT pros collect, analyze and share application compatibility information.  I think that the cool thing about ACT is that it is based on requirements from our IT Pros and is intended to make their lives easier. It helps scope the work that needs to be done in an enterprise, to ensure they are strategically investing their time. By providing a single place that shows Microsoft’s test results, alongside reports from the ISVs and other IT Pros, ACT 5.0 makes it simple to find the areas that need focus within the enterprise.  ACT 5.0 RC also has compatibility evaluators to detect the common application compatibility issues that LOB and other applications might have on Windows Vista.
    If you are an IT Pro responsible for deployment, you should go to the connect website and download the ACT product guide and the new toolkit. http://connect.microsoft.com/site/sitehome.aspx?SiteID=81.

    Source: windowsvistablog.com


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