Articles relating to Windows 7

  Last year saw the thirtieth anniversary of Microsoft’s Windows, and today 1E unveils an exclusive, free new microsite, Windows through the years: The history of Microsoft’s IT revolution. It’s an interactive, multi-media and immensely fun history of Windows, all the way from Windows 1.0 to Windows 10, with every success, innovation and misstep covered
Friday, 25 November 2016 / Published in Uncategorized, Windows 10, Windows 7, Windows 8
Users of 1E Shopping may want to configure URL redirection in IIS, in order to simplify the URL users need to remember. Since 1E likes to anticipate every eventuality for our customers, our own Biswa Das has written the following redirect guide. Redirection refers to the process of configuring a web server to redirect users from one
Nomad release cake
Today 1E is proud to announce the general availability release of Nomad 6.0!! 8.5 months and over 6K hours were spent adding new features and enhancements that will help turbocharge your Windows 10 migration. You can learn exactly how it does this by joining our Nomad 6.0 Launch webinar on September 3, 2015. Sincere thanks
Background Any organization that goes through the process of developing and deploying a new operating system knows a simple truth: coordinating with the end users around scheduling the OS deployment is one of the most challenging tasks in the entire project plan. There never seems to be a “good” time to actually fire off the
James Davies
Friday, 31 October 2014 / Published in Insidev1ew, Uncategorized, Windows 7, Windows 8
Recently the development team and I managed to get to the bottom of a seemingly bizarre scenario – having removed all references to a particular file from our code (it happened to be a log file which was being created in C:\Temp), ProcMon – that awesome tool which is part of the Sysinternals suite (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/sysinternals/bb842062.aspx)
Introduction Much time and effort goes into developing the “ultimate task sequence”. The first true test of that claim is during a pilot, as you venture into the unknown. Real-world Scenario One such situation was during a large-scale OSD project, where the customer provided a handful machines to test with. A few of the deployments
Andrew Robertson
Thursday, 24 April 2014 / Published in BYOD / BYOPC, Uncategorized, Windows 7, Windows 8
Despite the drive over the last 10 or so years for us all to “go to the cloud” and make use of web applications, thus eradicating the traditionally installed application on the desktop, we still find ourselves needing to install and manage client installed Windows applications. Sure there are many application deployment technologies that are
The official End-of-Support for Windows XP arrives this month, bringing an end to useful life for the erstwhile operating system. While a majority of organizations have taken significant action and have completed Windows migrations, or have projects very much underway, a surprisingly large number have not yet taken their first substantive steps towards migrating. Some
There is less than one month to go to complete your Windows migration before Microsoft ends support for Windows XP; the so called #EndofDaysXP. Experts, including Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing group in volume 15 of the Microsoft Security Intelligence Report, warn of a firestorm as hackers release stockpiled attacks on the then defenseless Operating System. If
100 days, that’s how long until Microsoft pulls the plug on Windows XP, and ceases to offer support for the operating system first released in 2001. Any organization that hasn’t migrated to Windows 7 or Windows 8 by April 8 2014, is leaving themselves wide open to hackers, and facing extortionate custom support charges. Research