Default Windows 7 Service Configurations for services installed with Add/Remove Windows components are now included in the services table.
Default Windows 7 Service Configurations are updated to include Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate and Enterprise. Individual service links will be updated as time permits.
Started working on converting many pages over to Windows 7 OEM/Retail information instead of RC1 content. This time around, I plan on providing Starter as well as Enterprise information. In order to provide RC1 information as well as Retail, I have archived the following sections and they will be deleted on October 22, 2009, but still available up until that point: Windows 7 RC1 Services Information [link removed] Windows 7 RC1 Services Configurations [link removed]
Updated the World of Warcraft Addon listing for patch 3.2 and my character list.
I have updated my Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Service Configurations to include all individual service pages for dependencies and accuracy.
The Rant: Home of Black Viper’s opinion: For many years, I have been a fan of Blizzard’s Diablo Universe. I have spent a chunk of my life playing the Diablo franchise and I must say, I enjoyed every minute. Unfortunately, while wandering around on Slashdot.org today, I discovered some disturbing news… Read more: Diablo 3 No LAN Rant
I have updated my Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Service Configurations to include individual service pages for dependencies and accuracy. A through G are finished.
I have updated my Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Service Configurations to include individual service pages for "optional" services installed with Add/Remove Windows Components as well as Windows Live Essentials. Each page will be verified as far as dependencies and accuracy as time allows.
I will try and keep this as non-bloggish as possible (even though I have never considered my domain a "blog" of sorts… it could be thought of as one). Anyway, I am working hard on Windows Vista Service Pack 2 information and heading to breaking out as much memory and CPU usage performance as possible. A few things I am looking at: Benchmark performance: This is touched on in this forum thread and I wish to fulfill my promise originally drafted January of this year. The "benchmark" will not be [Continue Reading]
I have updated my Windows Vista Service Pack 2 Service Configurations to include "optional" services installed with Add/Remove Windows Components as well as Windows Live Essentials.