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*** OMG, THANKS EVERYONE FOR THE +600000 VIEWS *** This video shows you Boot “Race” between Windows 8 (Developer Preview) and Windows 7 Home Premium both on a same 64-bit PC — PC SPECIFICATIONS — The following tests were performed on an (overclocked) 3.8 GhZ i7 machine with 6GB of RAM, a 2TB hard drive, an Nvidia GeForce 9800 GT and connected to the Internet over Ethernet at a maximum speed of 20mbps. FYI: The footage in this video was made and posted in Lifehacker.. So thanks to Lifehacker for that. Anyways checkout for… Read Article →

Installation and step by step guide on how to install windows 8 on a windows 7 computer and dual boot between both windows 7 and windows 8 easily and both win 7 and win8 are installed on a single hard disk. Windows 8 Dev preview download Video Rating: 4 / 5 Watch up to 7:53 – then´╗┐ skip to 14:53. Then do this: Get your LootCrate (Coupon Code: LockerGnome) Remember to visit each of the following LockerGnome links below and leave a worthwhile comment on all of today’s articles for a… Read Article → This is a video response to simplegreen’s boot test of Windows Server 2008 R2 on his laptop. My Specs SSD: Patriot Torqx 2 32GB SATA II RAM: 3GB DDR2 800Mhz CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 @ 2.00GHz Video: Intel Mobile Series 4 Chipset Fully configured with all my desired software packages, Service Pack 1 included. C++, Java, shockwave, flash player, Microsoft Office Suite, Malwarebytes, ESET NOD32 AV, PowerISO, etc. Toon Boom and Toon Goggles Launch Creative App for Android Putting full steam on fun apps, Toon Boom is also actively developing new apps… Read Article →

Wanted to share this because I think it’s pretty cool. This is my home PC. I use it for photo and video editing, as well as a bit of gaming. About 6 months ago I bought a pair of Vertex 3 SSD hard drives. I installed them in RAID-0 giving me some amazing drive access speeds. The only down side is they weren’t very stable. Fortunately OCZ released some firmware recently that addressed the stability issues, and improved performance. So over the weekend I updated the SSD’s with the new firmware. A downside to this… Read Article → The following video tutorial will show you how to enable the boot optimization function in Windows Server 2008 R2. This feature will help you reduce your overall boot time in Windows by as much as 40% depending on how fast your hard drive or system is as a whole. Step 1 Download R2 Conv GUI 2.1 and enable Superfetch under “packs” R2 Conv GUI 2.1 link: Step 2: Enable Boot Optimize function capability. Registry value to enable: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Dfrg\BootOptimizeFunction “Enable” set string value to Y. Step 3. Build your layout.ini prefetch file so that… Read Article →

Boot time: 10sec Install time:11-13min Video Rating: 5 / 5 Question by Alex: Can I install Windows 8 through BootCamp even though I already have Windows 7 installed? I want to install Windows 8 on my MacBook Pro using BootCamp, but I don’t want it to replace the Windows 7 partition I already have. Will it just create a third partition for Windows 8? Best answer: Answer by Dr. ScoopsWindows 8 isn’t even out yet What do you think? Answer below! Related Installing Windows 8 Articles

This video explains how to download and install the Windows 8 Consumer Preview alongside your existing version of windows. Before following the steps in the video it is recommended that you backup your hard disk. I take no responsibly for any damages caused to your computer and you follow the steps outlined in this video at your own risk. For the full article visit: More Installing Windows 8 Articles

When it comes to talking about “fundamentals” we want to start with boot time — no feature gets talked about and measured more. We designed Windows 8 so that you shouldn’t have to boot all that often (and we are always going to work on reducing the number of required restarts due to patching running code). But when you do boot we want it to be as fast as possible. – Steven Sinofsky For the complete article: Visit the Microsoft User Community Facebook Page: Follow the Windows 8 Team on Twitter: @BuildWindows8 Video… Read Article →

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