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Windows 7: What wrong with microsoft (jokers)

07 Aug 2009   #1

Windows 7 64-bit 7600 OEM
What wrong with microsoft (jokers)

My Question: Whats happened to the send feedback shortcuts...?

Im running the windows 7 RC 7600 (ultimate)(standard build)
After fully testing hyper-V 64 / XPmode(vpc2009)

I am sorely dissapointed... Both lovely products BUT, Why have microsoft Trimmed down The Virtual PC Technology... New GUI / SHELL Ok....
But the actual virtual pc capabitlitys are VERY LOW....

Graphics --- Terrible (Very basic) in comparrison to CITRIX & Virtual BOX(new open source product) & VMWARE....
SOUND --- What are they doing????? Not even basic studio software can operate correctly as they all recieve FALSE readings Latency is TERRIBLE. Even with same comparisons...

Why can 64-bit os HOST another 64-bit os....
The virtual pcs now have less capabilitys that Remote PC(terminal services)
The only thing microsoft have ADDED is the SEAMLESS MODE, Which most others had already...
Perhaps they made the wrong descision over which DRIVER MODEL TO PICK (Wrong IDEALS)... Perhaps the are planning to release Better Virtual Hardware models in the SP1 or FINAL RTM VIRTUAL PC 2009....
I can understand Lowing the capeabilitys in the "BUSNESS PRODUCT" HYPER-V.... BUT VIRTUAL PC again for the GENRAL POPULATION we get shafted again....


"Virtual BOX" <<< POSSIBLE
"VMWARE" <<<< OverDONE Too many crossover features (define its markets properly)

With a virtual pc product: We need to be able to Attach directly to hardware capabilitys (in some case).. Sound / GraPHICS <<<
Posiblitto create Taylored machines << different Grafics capabiltys / sound/ network / HD / CD / DVD /ZIP etc USB.
the ability to install Original drivers for ATTACHED HARDWARE. ANd VIrtual drivers for Virtual hardwares,... HYBRID Virtual PC... EVEN CLONED HARDWARE (Clone your graphics cards / Sound cards - converted to a virtual driver model)


what is up with these guys.... always thinking about server stuff... BUSNESS....
What about the USER market..... We are moving FASTER than Microsoft's IDEALS ... by the time microsoft actually give us what we NEED/WANT the whole concept of computing will be changed....

CHECK OUT TESLA SUPERCOMPUTING <<<<<< NOW WE SEE >>>> WE WILL BE HERE AS STANDARD SOON... What OS will be able to handle PARRALELL COMPUTING ? 1000 Cores this is the way forward Check nvidia tesla for details.

PS: Sorry microsoft But you have let ME / US Down (TRUTH HURTS)

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08 Aug 2009   #2

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

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08 Aug 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by swarfega View Post

That doesn't work on the RTM, I don't think it's been working for a while.
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08 Aug 2009   #4

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

hmm I guess their no longer wanting feedback. Bit late in the day since its gone RTM anyway!
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08 Aug 2009   #5


If you install Virtual PC instead of just XP mode you have access to all those things you are mentioning.
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09 Aug 2009   #6

Windows 7 64-bit 7600 OEM

installing old tech seems to e the only way.... looks like the old 2004 version will have to come out of the woodwork....
More than likely to relegate that ms technology, for a couple of years worth of VMWARE.... (more interchangeable with vbox)
and WAIT for Microsoft to CATCH UP! "they think they are in front" - "their VPC capabilitys are at the bottom" YES HyperV for Server CORES but us REAL developers are left in the COLD.....

PS: thanks for the send feedback: they probably only wanted feedback for a short time althought they should keep this feature FULL TIME, For IDEAS from the General Populas and then they can make more DIRECTED UPDATES AIMED ATHE THE END USER... NOT JUST BUSINESS UPDATES/ SECURITY HOLES.... FIX USER PROBLEMS, as with vista & XP compatability they could have releaseed updates that made the compatibilty issues LESS OF AN ISSUE.... CONSTANLY RELEASING FIX UPDATES....

One day they will get it....
PS: I hate Pre ordering Windows 7 only to have to wait 3months for my S*T!
Where's MY RTM/EVALUATION COPY <<<< while im waiting... have to stay on RC... "cant change product code three months later" "havent been offered download either " LOOKS LIKE THE LONG WAIT... DIG IN.
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09 Aug 2009   #7

Window 7 build 7600, Xp pro(VM)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by spydaz View Post
My Question: Whats happened to the send feedback shortcuts...?

Im running the windows 7 RC 7600 (ultimate)(standard build)
BTW the built 7600 is the RTM(final build).
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