TechNet Magazine: November 2011
|hh551145(v=msdn.10).md||Editor’s Note: Lucky No. 7
By Lafe Low
If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it, right? Well “fixing” your backbone Windows OS by upgrading or migrating to Windows 7 can be of greater benefit than any previous upgrade path. Windows 7 is more stable, secure and full-featured than its predecessors. So why aren’t you running Windows 7 as your primary OS?
SQL Q&A: Defrags and Disasters
Microsoft Standalone System Sweeper can clean up your system after a virus infection and help you get back into Windows.
The new Jump Lists feature in Windows 7 lets you jump to recent or favorite items, but jump carefully.
Utility Spotlight: Windows 7 Installation Simplified
Installing an OS such as Windows 7 from scratch can always be a bit of a chore. This free utility helps streamline the process.
This extended Windows PowerShell column will jump-start your knowledge of this powerful technology.
Toolbox: New Products
The tools in this month's toolbox help tie together additional systems to give you extra screen real estate and an alternate backup solution.
Geek of All Trades:
You can add a second RD Session Host server following these five relatively simple steps.