Windows 7 is being born in to a world of uncertainty, one Microsoft has never faced before to such a degree.
I have downloaded and tried some software from PETGES. Thanks to all who submitted suggestions, i really appreciate it.
Actually no, you could go to prison for 6 months if you do that. Or maybe not, depending on what kind of file it is.
There was a utility published by PC Magazine eons ago that probably can be downloaded from ZDNet.
It ate too much virtual address space, it copied files slowly, and it ran poorly on the lowest of the low-end computers of the time.
Microsoft fixed many of these problems by the time SP1 hit, but by then it was too late.
First and foremost, it needs to reverse Vista’s (and by extension, Microsoft’s) bad image among existing Windows users, in order to get them off of the old and insecure Windows XP.
After nearly a year-long build-up, Microsoft’s ongoing pre-launch campaign to woo computer users has come to a close, with the public launch of Microsoft’s latest and greatest desktop OS, Windows 7.
By no means are these troubled times for Microsoft, but never has victory been less assured.
Unfortunately, Windows Vista started life as a technical misfit, something even we didn’t fully comprehend until later.