The last day of this year’s TechEd 2010 was a busy one! In the coming weeks, you will see a couple of blog posts on some of the best sessions I attended. Unfortunately, there was just too much presentation content to quickly put together some blog posts on all the great things from the show [...]
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There are many scenarios in the computing world, where a full featured operating system just doesn’t make sense: Take Set-Top-Boxes, Multimedia-Player or digital photo frames. Take public internet terminals. Take the TV in your living room, even! This is where WES 7, Windows Embedded 7 Standard, comes in. Find out here what it is.
Day 3 of TechEd also proved to be full of fun, interesting sessions, and one-on-one discussions with Microsoft’s staff. Despite the morning getting off to somewhat of a slow start, there were five sessions I was interested in attending—of course, all of them were scheduled to take place at 3 P.M. The first one that [...]
On the TechEd show floor, we got an interesting scoop from Long Zheng of istartedsomething.com. He told me that the Channel9 crew just released a tool called WEI Share, which allows you to share the performance score of Windows 7—or the Windows Experience Index (WEI). Here’s a quick run-down of how it works.
After a great first day at TechEd 2010, we’re on to day 2. Today’s all about attending sessions and talking to Microsoft staff. In this article we sum up the session “Keeping Windows running efficiently and smoothly”.
This week, from June 7–10, the TuneUp Blog team will be blogging from TechEd 2010 in New Orleans, Louisiana. We’ve traveled all the way from Germany to cover this conference which is among the biggest Microsoft events of the year. Stay tuned for the hottest tidbits and full coverage of all the Windows sessions.