Wednesday, July 15, 2009

What I Can Try New In Windows 7 Release Candidate ?

Windows® 7 Testing and Deployment Tools
Now that you have had some time to evaluate the Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC), we invite you to explore the latest testing and deployment tools. These resources will help you assess your current hardware and application windows-7-rc-is-ready-for-download/">portfolios, and provide the guidance you need to begin deploying Windows 7 in your test environment.

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Microsoft® Assessment and Planning Toolkit:

The Microsoft Assessment and Planning toolkit makes it easy for you to assess your current IT infrastructure in preparation for a Windows 7 migration. It includes the features previously provided with the Windows Vista Hardware Assessment Solution Accelerator, and delivers both system-wide readiness reports and drill-downs to specific PCs.





Application Compatibility Toolkit :
The Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.0 is a lifecycle management tool that helps you identify and manage your overall application portfolio. The toolkit can reduce the cost and time involved in resolving application upcoming-features-of-windows-7-windows-leakes-screenshots/">compatibility issues, and help you deploy Windows 7 more quickly across your organization.
User State Migration Tool:
The User State Migration Tool can help you improve and simplify your migration process. Capture desktop and application settings, user accounts, and users' files; then easily migrate them to a new Windows installation. You can use this tool for both side-by-side and wipe-and-load migrations.how-to-install-windows-vista-sp2/">Click here to watch a video demonstration on how to migrate a user from a Windows XP environment to Windows 7.



Microsoft Deployment Toolkit:
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2008 unifies the tools and processes required for desktop and server deployment into a common deployment console with end-to-end guidance. MDT can help you reduce deployment time, standardize desktop and server images, limit service disruptions, reduce post-deployment help desk costs, and improve security and ongoing configuration some-usefult-tips-for-windows-vista/">management.




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