Windows 7 RC Feedback
Reply domenico says: March 7, 2009 at 8:38 am I do not know why I remember Jim Carrey in Bruce Almighty . Not subscribed? Mark View Public Profile Visit Mark's homepage! But it's still a pain to use because of the completely insane design decisions inherited from Vista and the ones added since. Check This Out
Microsoft has created several theme packages to give people a taste for what the feature can do. too bad you do this post-setup thought, I'd really like to setup this as I install, and be done with it afterwards instead of having to tweak it post-setup. Many have asked about developers that rely on MSHTML and the browser control in IE, codecs and media APIs in media player, and other APIs such as winsock and networking elements And then create a new program files with the contents I wanted (or make a junction point in the original program files location pointing to a different partition. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/9337-windows-7-rc-feedback.html
If a feature is deselected, it is not available for use. We all know code reuse is a good engineering practice. Reply marcinw says: March 6, 2009 at 6:37 pm @Steven, Windows 7 in various places is example of very good engineer job, but numbers are numbers, facts are facts and they
Screwing over the User to suit a developer who's still relying on the IE6 engine to display content in a desktop app helps *nobody* in the windows ecosystem. Windows 7 IT Pro > Windows 7 Miscellaneous Question 0 Sign in to vote I just got an email thanking me for participation in the testing of Windows 7 and it I could rename the program files folder without a problem. I do not want any of these features installed on my HD.
What a shame. Microsoft's average days of risk? 24.2 days. And (IMHO) the right features are installed by default. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/4a285745-fd8c-46d3-81b2-a9a34359be06/windows-7-rc-cant-find-the-feedback-tool?forum=w7itprogeneral Mark View Public Profile Visit Mark's homepage!
Playing small and large audio/video files? It is 3.5 with SP1? Reply d_e says: March 7, 2009 at 9:37 am I think it's a great decision to have the files around on the disk for uninstalled features. Micorosoft offers thousands of free services to all , but there is a necessary service that must be offered to the public..
Wednesday, June 03, 2009 6:38 AM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. I suspect the delay was caused from issues with vista, as it was running slow prior to upgrade. We’ve received a lot of suggestions about features that you would like to turn on or off using your own criteria for choice. Find More Posts by Mark 09 May 2009 #7 alkaufmann Vista SP1 64bit 7 posts You can can give feedback but is there any there listening?
Ideally proofing something in a standards compliant browser would be sufficient, but you should be checking your output in IE as well since the majority of your users will be using his comment is here General Discussion Feedback and Engineering Windows 7More... The only theme of choice and control is that it's a downhill slope. you talk about 7048 torrent? 7048 for you is RC1 ?
For more information on the upgrade experience for the Windows 7 RC – see this post from the E7 Blog. Or will installing new IE will (potentially) break compatibility with applications using IE engine ? With Seven: 1. this contact form You can either install everything of almost nothing.
I know it has been running on my machine since January or thereabouts. We're on our way to Windows 7, and if you like trying out pre-release software, now’s your chance. Also pay 3 or 4 euro for the service If we consider also the people who often want to reinstall the Vista or Windows 7 on laptops where many manufacturers do
Reply manicmarc says: March 7, 2009 at 3:30 pm Hairs - the strength of Windows (and the reason it became so popular) is because it is easy to develop for.
That's how you really please everyone. Who are the top 2 most vulnerable OSes for the past 3 years? Additionally, consistent with the Windows 7 Beta, the Windows 7 RC will be available in one edition – Windows 7 Ultimate. Time is running out, daft decisions like this do not help.
Because some MS engineer at some point in the development of Vista or 7, decided arbitrarily that it'd be a good idea. If vLite author returns to development, it'll be even better! =) Reply domenico says: March 6, 2009 at 5:30 pm @piaqt the 7048 can not be the RC Reply Jack_Mayo says: Once you choose Custom, you'll need to select the partition of your hard drive that contains Windows XP, and then follow the instructions to enter your product key and allow the navigate here For more information you might like to view this link: http://wfp.microsoft.com/FAQ.aspxYou won't see any icons for it because it gathers data in the background and, yes, it is completely different from
Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... Reply Hairs says: March 6, 2009 at 9:12 pm Anyone prepared to "switch off" windows features is probably doing so in the knowledge that they won't use them.