Just like VMWare's Virtual Server, the VMWare Player, Xen (and of course Microsoft's Virtual Server) Microsoft Virtual PC is now free!
Eldorado, spanish for “the gilded one” is a term becoming more and more appropriate for Microsoft Windows Vista, but I’m gonna give you a different angle to look at this, based on the 2000 movie ‘the road to Eldorado’.
New notebook has just arrived (Toshiba Tecra M5 – after first few hours my opinion is that this is definitely not heavy duty hardware) and I’ve decided to try to use Windows Vista Beta 2 on it as a main system, to learn and get my own opinion about it. Installation went fast and it … Continue reading "I gave Vista a try , part I"
OK, I must admit – I live in a strange country where we are using this all fancy characters called diacritical characters. If You would spot some Polish text on the Internet, You will notice some fancy characters like ą,ś,ł etc. In early computer age time (which was a little later then outside of Eastern … Continue reading "Living in the multi language world is though (at least for some of us)"
I recently visited a customer, where the IT manager had second thoughts about an offer he received from his current IT partner and Microsoft.
Today I finally arrived into office after long time being on-site at customer’s office and I had some time to read blog feeds I’m subscribed to. One of my ‘must read’ blogs is Joe’s blog and I’ve noticed some new entries there. Among them on which I found very interested, and everyone who is still … Continue reading "Dynamic objects aka why You should upgrade to Windows 2003 SP1 if You haven’t done it yet"
Some time ago interested thread was started on ActiveDir.org regarding maximum number of objects supported in Active Directory DIT database – definitely worth reading. This was a push for ~Eric to make some tests on this topic. Results can be found in very, very interesting post on ~Erics blog . As it sometimes happens in … Continue reading "Active Directory max DIT size and follow-ups .."
Yesterday I wrote about Blue Security, the maker of Blue Frog service fall under the pressure of spammer's attack targeted against its service. But as in Star Wars now hope raised on the ruins of Blue Security – new project called Okopipi was started as Blue Frog's successor. Idea of Okopipi is to build service … Continue reading "Blue Frog's life after death"
… after Death Star was destroyed by "bunch of teenagers" :). I'm Star Wars fan and this: http://gorillamask.net/rcdarth.shtml is really funny :).
I was quite busy in last week and I still will be busy in coming weeks. Because of this I missed few things in news and Internet – one of such things, which I think is very important, is fall of Blue Security, Internet company from Israel. I was pointed to this story by my … Continue reading "Rise and fall of Blue Frog"