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MSI Discusses Plans For Computex 2008

 

Micro-Star International (MSI) company chairman Joseph Hsu recently discussed the products the company will be showcasing at Computex 2008, including motherboards and low-cost PCs. MSI revealed that on June 3 it will be announcing a slate of new motherboards using its DrMOS overclocking and power saving platform.

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  • ubergeek
    #7 is not quite correct. XP mode is available in Professional as well.
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  • ubergeek
    #7 is not correct. XP mode is available in W7 Professional as well.
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  • cknobman
    Guy = idiot

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  • hythos
    The Menu bar is no longer visible in Windows 7 (might have been the same with Vista - I was able to successfully avoid it altogether).
    However, pressing the ALT key will display the File/Edit/View/Tools/Help menu-bar (same as it ever was).
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  • deadly4u
    For XP Mode, you only need Professional.
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  • deadly4u
    You only need Windows 7 Pro for XP Mode.
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  • hythos
    1) The Menu bar is no longer visible in Windows 7 (might have been the same with Vista - I was able to successfully avoid it altogether).
    However, pressing the ALT key will display the File/Edit/View/Tools/Help menu-bar (same as it ever was).

    2) Something about the Application Wizard that everyone should know: Add/Remove programs is now "Applications and Features" - and it can be accessed via run => appwiz.cpl -- When the Explorer.exe is in affliction and does not load, you may still access the Application Wizard via Task Manager to uninstall problematic applications or patches.
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  • Wow, what a bad article. No effort at all...
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  • steiner666
    1. right-click taskbar>properties> check "use small icons" and change Taskbar Buttons pull-down menu to "never combine" or "combine when full"

    3. in context menu on upper right-hand corner of control panel window, change "category" to "small icons" or "large icons". This organizes this much better. printers are under "devices and printer" (which is also on the start menu).

    4. with control panel not set to category view, add/remove programs is "programs and features"

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  • While not necessarily in the Vista core OS, Microsoft Steady State / PC Safeguard software is totally stripped from Windows 7 since the release candidates, which has a lot of PC administrators up in arms.
    http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7install/thread/e274a5a6-80c6-46fa-93a6-50a1cd67c013
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