Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Windows 7 installation

January 21, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
How to install Windows 7 Beta

Windows expert J. Peter Bruzzese takes you through the steps of installing Windows 7 Beta in this video. He discusses the new features in Windows 7, which is due later this year, and how it's different from Windows Vista and XP.

Bruzzese also talks about the minimum requirements needed to install Windows 7 Beta, particularly when it comes to memory, available hard drive space and processing power.

Watch this video.

Storage virtualization heats up
Storage virtualization vendor DataCore Software has signed two distribution deals this month, with Tech Data and Ingram Micro. That has expert Heather Clancy wondering if storage virtualization is the first hot trend of 2009.
Read this blog entry.

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Everything Channel pros need to know about virtualization


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