Monday, February 2, 2009

User Account Control changes in Windows 7

February 02, 2009 Published by

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User Account Control: Windows 7 vs. Windows Vista

User Account Control is one of Windows Vista's most maligned features, thanks to its pop-up notifications and questions about how much security it actually provides.

In this video, Windows expert J. Peter Bruzzese reviews the UAC changes in Windows 7 -- improvements that could help solutions providers sell customers on the new operating system when it hits shelves in late 2009 or early 2010.

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Citrix plans layoffs
Citrix Systems said it will layoff 10% of its employees after profits and product license sales fell in the fourth quarter. Meanwhile, VMware's quarterly financial results beat Wall Street expectations.

Read more about this news, as well as the heated competition in the data center networking market, in our weekly news roundup.
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Microsoft wants partners to make IT green
Blog: Microsoft wants partners to play a big part in its green IT initiatives. The company said it will develop and share best practices with its 425,000 partners -- specifically around Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 -- and rely on those partners to deliver those best practices to customers.
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