What will Windows 8? This article we’ve put together all known about the operating system.

Windows 8 will be released when?

According to slides in Windows 8 “holiday” will be released, but it is not clear which holiday. Coding on the schedule that would begin in June, but according to some sources even completed milestone 1 build. IE9 ‘s first beta and Windows Live Wave is shown in the August run.

Chart-scale slides and that the dates have not changed a bit in March 2011 before we consider the beta version of Windows 8, the RTM version will be published in July, immediately after.

Towards the end of 2011 or in Windows 8, output is expected to be the beginning of 2012. Milestone 3 build’e expect Microsoft to depict a date. More »

The free Windows 7 ride will continue into 2011, at least for four additional months. Microsoft will keep supplying customers with free copies of the latest iteration of the Windows client for evaluation purposes.

Following the release of Windows 7, the Redmond company began offering the RTM bits for testing, intent on reaching as broad an audience of IT professionals as possible, but not really restricting downloads in any way.

For this, the software giant had set up the Windows 7 Enterprise 90-day Trial site and associated downloads.

As 2010 comes to an end, Windows 7 Enterprise 90-day Trial downloads get another reprieve from Microsoft, as they were planned to expire on December 31st. More »

For people who are more reserved when it comes to passing from Windows XP to Windows 7, here is a little something that might help: Microsoft P2V Migration for Software Assurance insures the automatic delivery of an updated and personalized Windows 7 OS, while backing up and converting the Windows XP or newer desktop and its applications for a smooth use within Windows 7.

What the Microsoft P2V Migration for Software Assurance does, is using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) and Sysinternals Disk2vhd to convert a user’s existing Windows XP client environment into a virtual hard disk (VHD).

After that, it makes the automatic delivery of an updated, personalized Windows 7 operating system which includes a virtual machine (VM) with the previous Windows environment, apps and Web browser. More »

A lot of times we deal difficulty in accessing a number of URL’s due to corrupted local DNS cache. Following are the steps to clear local machine cache for various operating systems:

A) Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7:

1) Click on Start >> All Programs >> Accessories.

2) Open Command Prompt.

3) In the Command Prompt window type in the following command:

C:\>ipconfig /flushdns

4) If it displays a message “Successfully flushed the DNS Resolver Cache” It has removed the DNS cache for your local machine now.
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When you want to get detailed system information or check computer information, you can use the System Information tool (Msinfo32.exe). To access system information: click Start, type msinfo32 into the Search box, and press Enter. You can then view system summaries by selecting the System Summary node. All the configuration statistics provided are collected using the WMI service.

To browse configuration information for a remote computer:

1. Open the System Information tool.

2. Select Remote Computer on the View menu (or press Ctrl+R). This displays the Remote Computer dialog box.

3. In the Remote Computer dialog box, select Remote Computer On The Network. More »