March 20, 2008

Test Center Guide to the Vista and XP Service Packs

Windows Vista SP1 has arrived, and XP SP3 is soon to follow; here's the quick lowdown

March 17, 2008

Weird, wild, wonderful Windows "Workstation" 2008

For the self-reliant, a third Windows desktop option emerges: Build your own "Frankenvista" on Windows Server 2008

March 17, 2008

Death match: Windows Vista versus Windows XP

Does Vista have what it takes to knock XP off the enterprise desktop? Not by our scorecard. Point by point and blow by blow, we offer 10 reasons enterprises can skip Windows Vista and stick with XP

February 25, 2008

Secrets of Windows Server 2008

Longhorn's features may seem to be old news, but our expert reveals what you need to know now that it's shipping

February 25, 2008

Product review: Windows Server 2008 is the host with the most, and the perfect guest

Microsoft's slimmer and stronger server OS, bolstered by virtualization, networking, and security advances, is an upgrade that IT can't refuse, a 200-pound gorilla that eats commercial Linux

February 7, 2008

Vista deployment secrets

Vista adoption may be slow, but numerous IT shops have taken the plunge. Find out why they did and how they've made the shift

December 19, 2007

Next-gen virtualization from Microsoft

Preview: Microsoft's Hyper-V platform has an easy install, wizard-based VM creation, a few rough patches, and a couple of hard edges

November 29, 2007

Zenoss: Open source manager conquers native Windows monitoring

Zenoss Core 2.1 impresses with strong device discovery, relationship tracking, open source extensibility, and a functional WMI implementation

October 22, 2007

Windows on the Mac: Parallels vs. VMware Fusion

Parallels Desktop and VMware Fusion let Mac lovers have their cake and run Windows too. Parallels pleases with richer tools, while Fusion is first for heavy-duty use

September 24, 2007

On the road to the virtual desktop

Windows application virtualization and streaming solutions from Microsoft, Symantec, and Thinstall are laying the groundwork for a subscription-based, click 'n' run future. Imagining the possibilities, we put them through a simple SaaS performance test

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