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Windows 7 Deep Dive Lab Event
In this post I will deviate from our normal routine of writing about Windows 7 features, APIs, and code samples, and will instead talk a little about an amazing opportunity to attend the Windows 7 "Deep Dive" Development Lab at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, Washington on 6-8 July 2009 ....
Wed, Jun 17 2009
Windows 7 Programming Guide – Libraries Update
Last updated: April 14, 2010 This post is an update to the first Windows 7 Programming Guide – Libraries post. It provides an index to the recent Windows 7 Libraries series, including new relevant Channel 9 videos and links to additional sources of information, as well as code examples for programming...
Wed, Apr 14 2010
Windows 7 RTM – Go Get It
This is it people. Windows 7 RTM is available for download from MSDN & TechNet sites! If you have a MSDN subscription you can get Windows 7 RTM in English. On October 1st, the remaining languages will be released, for more information read - Windows 7 RTM Available Today for MSDN & TechNet Subscribers...
Thu, Aug 6 2009
Windows 7 Test Drive – A New Developer Resource
A few days ago, we launched the Windows 7 Test Drive site. This site offers developers a chance to get first-hand experience in developing for Windows 7, even if they don’t have Windows 7 installed on their development environment. Using the Windows 7 Test Drive site , you can learn about developing...
Wed, Dec 16 2009
Windows7 Trigger Start Services – Part 1: Introduction
We introduced Service 0 Isolation a few weeks ago as an application compatibility topic. It is only natural that we continue our conversation about services in the context of Windows 7. But this time, we will talk about some of the benefits to service optimization that are available in Windows 7. This...
Mon, Oct 26 2009
Windows 7 Labs @ PDC
PDC 2009 takes place at the LA Convention Center on November 17 th , 18 th , and 19 th . As I wrote before , The Professional Developers Conference is the one event each developer has to attend. Windows 7 will become generally available (GA) to the public on October 22nd. With the pre-release veil of...
Fri, Oct 16 2009
Windows 7 GA – Time for Some New Windows 7 Developer Resources
Windows 7 is now available to the public and anyone can buy and install Windows 7, whether for a new computer or an existing one. Soon, people from around the world will run your applications on Windows 7. They will expect the application to work and to feel as though it is a native Windows 7 application...
Fri, Oct 23 2009
The Windows 7 PDC Boot Camp Recordings Are Online
During PDC, I had the amazing opportunity to join a group of remarkable engineers in presenting part of the Windows 7 Boot Camp pre-con event. As I’ve reported live , the event took place on November 16 th , in a room filled with 750 attendees who heard about the changes to Windows 7 and Server R2 Kernel...
Wed, Dec 16 2009
User Account Control Data Redirection
To making sure your application is ready (compatible) for Windows 7, I am going to start providing additional information about the few compatibility topics we introduced in the “ Is Your Application Ready for Windows 7 RTM? ” post. This post focuses UAC Virtualization or more known as Data...
Tue, Aug 4 2009
Session 0 Isolation
It has been a while since the last blog posting, Windows 7 RTM – Go Get It , and we have a lot of catching up to do. The Windows 7 GA data is still October 22 nd , less than a month away, which means your application should be almost ready for Windows 7 . As you prepare your applications for Window 7...
Thu, Oct 1 2009
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