MVP Community Camp 2015 Roundup

This week, we are looking back at MVP Community Camp 2015 for a complete roundup after the 3rd and final ComCamp Online, which has recently concluded in Asia. ComCamp is one of the biggest online events in the region and once again it became trend setter for the community events. With some of the great highlights…


MVP Releases Windows 7 “App Compat” Articles

Indian MVP Vijay Raj has written a 5-part series on Windows 7 Application Compatibility. “App Compat” is an important consideration for anyone who is looking to upgrade to a new operating system. Vijay’s articles can help decision makers to prepare, as he covers important information on how Windows 7 interacts with everyday applications. Learn more…

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MVP Helps User with the Windows 7 Problem Steps Recorder

  MVP Deb Shinder guides her readers through the Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7. Learn how the recording tool can be used to quickly identify problems and help reduce time spent with your local help desk, by reading Deb’s article below. “One of the brand new features in Windows 7 is the Problem Steps…

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MVP Is “Engineering In The Cloud”

MVP Simon Cox recently co-wrote an article for the Microsoft Architect Journal in June 2009, entitled ‘Engineering in the Cloud: An Engineering Software + Services Architecture Forged in Turbulent Times’. Simon’s article describes the architectural challenges that are inherent in implementing “Engineering in the Cloud” and looks at a case study drawn from dezineforce.com Simon…

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MVP Gives Thumbs up for BitLocker to Go!

  Visual Basic MVP Wei Min Chan, is a great supporter of the ‘BitLocker To Go’ feature within Windows 7. In a recent blog post, he wrote “BitLocker To Go allows you to change ANY portable storage medium into an encrypted filestore. It is a really neat feature in Windows 7 Ultimate/Enterprise Edition! And I…

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MVP Guides Users through XP Mode on Windows 7

Windows Virtual PC provides the capability to run multiple Windows environments such as Windows XP Mode from your Windows 7 desktop. MVP Shawn Brink has produced a number of guides which can help users to install and configure Windows 7’s XP mode virtual machine. Click on the links below to learn more about: How to…

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77 Windows 7 Tips

PowerShell MVP Jeffrey Hicks along with Don Jones, Pav Cherny, J.,Peter Bruzzese, and Microsoft’s Bill Boswell have produced a great list of 77 Windows 7 tips and tricks on TechNet! Whether you are upgrading from Windows Vista or moving up from Windows XP, Windows 7 offers a great number of enhancements from previous version of…

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MVP Presents Windows 7 Resources for IT Admins

MVP Gilberto Perera provides an excellent resource of Windows 7 articles to help administrators to get up-to-speed with Windows 7. Click on the links below to read each post:   · Are You Ready for Windows 7? · Log On, Log Off, and Shut Down Windows 7 · 7 New and Improved Windows 7 Features…

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MVP Writes ‘How To’ Guide For Live Writer Plugins

Scott Lovegrove is a Windows Live MVP. He is one of the main writers for LiveSide.net, a community website dedicated to Windows Live. Scott has written a number of popular plugins for Windows Live Writer, and can often be found in the Live Writer Support forum, for both general support and the developer forums. In…

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MVP Wraps Up Tips and Tricks With Office Ribbon

  MVP Ron de Bruin recently published the first part, of a two part guide on how you can learn tips and tricks when working with the Ribbon UI in Microsoft Office. The first part of Ron’s guide, provides samples showing how to use the getVisible attribute to display, or hide various parts of the…

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