Sunday, February 24, 2008

Microsoft Windows Vista operating system

The Microsoft Windows Vista operating system offers several changes and improvements over its predecessors. It not only brings a new and redesigned interface, but also improves on many administrative utilities and management consoles, as well as enhancing the system’s reliability, performance, and problem-solving tools. Needless to say, the 3-D interface, Aero, is the most attractive feature of Windows Vista. But that’s for users. For you, as administrators, Vista will sometimes look like its predecessor, Windows XP, and at other times, look like an all-new operating system. Different versions of Microsoft Vista and have differences in hardware requirement and as well as license requirements. Microsoft Vista is having multiboot environment as well as in a virtual operation system.

Windows Vista Edition

Windows Vista File System Formats, Partitions, and Volumes

Managing Basic and Dynamic Disks

Windows Vista System Requirements and Recommendations

Vista BOOT.INI, BCD Terminology, Boot Manager
--> BOOT.INI is gone in Vista
--> Windows Vista BCD Terminology
--> Creating a Second OS Entry in Window Vista With Boot Manager Identifiers
--> Choosing Timeout and Default OS with bcdedit
--> Changing an Entry Option

Windows Vista Start Menu "Run…" Is Off

Windows Vista Kind of "Documents and Settings" Is Gone

Windows Vista Encryption News

Windows Vista New Event Viewer

Windows Aero

Aero Wizards

Administering Vista Security

Windows Vista Power Users

Unlock Vista Super-Secret Administrator Account

Windows Vista Implementing Local and Network File System Security

Sharing File Systems

Increasing File System Performance

Administer via Remote

Enabling Auto-Logon in Windows Vista

Windows Vista : Removing Tool Tips

Windows Vista : Protecting Your Internet Explorer Privacy

How to Protect Windows Vista Interface Privacy

Hacking Windows Vista’s User Account Control

Windows Vista Task Manager

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