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Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 3) - Playing Audio and Video in WMP 12
There are three options for playing audio and video media in WMP 12. These include audio CDs and video DVDs, media stored on your hard disk, and media accessible over a home network.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 2) - Getting Around in Windows Media Player 12 - Redesigned Browsing and Searching
Click the Library breadcrumb (or the leftmost breadcrumb in the trail) to choose the type of media to browse, as shown in Figure 4. Options include Music, Videos, Pictures, Recorded TV, Other Media, and Playlists.
Windows 7 : Windows Media Player - Learning the Basics (part 1) - Getting Around in Windows Media Player 12 - Navigating Menu Breadcrumbs
Windows Media Player (WMP) has grown into a pretty amazing application with multiple personalities. Its talents include playing music and video files from online sources or local drives (including DVDs), playing online radio and TV stations, displaying specialized web pages, organizing your music files (MP3s and WMAs), burning music CDs, copying and syncing to portable MP3 players, and providing a conduit to online media shopping sites.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 7) - SMB and PowerShell
You can view and manage many SMB 3 capabilities by using PowerShell. To see what cmdlets are available for doing this, you can use the Get-Command cmdlet, as shown in Figure 9.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 6) - Virtual Fibre Channel, SMB 3
Windows Server 2012 introduces SMB 3, version 3 of the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to provide powerful new features for continuously available file servers. SMB is a network file sharing protocol that allows applications to read and write to files and to request services from services over a network.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 5) - Viewing Dynamic Memory at work
Sometimes small changes make a big difference in the usability of a user interface feature. In the Hyper-V Manager of Windows Server 2008 R2, you could monitor in real time how much physical memory was allocated to each VM that had Dynamic Memory enabled on it.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 4) - Configuring Dynamic Memory,Smart Paging
Dynamic Memory is enabled on a per-VM basis. You can enable and configure Dynamic Memory in the Memory section of the VM’s settings in Hyper-V Manager, as shown in Figure 5 below.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 3) - Offloaded Data Transfer, Support for 4 KB sector disks
Another performance and scalability improvement in Windows Server 2012 revolves around storage, in particular when storing VMs on storage arrays. Offloaded Data Transfer (ODX) is a feature of high-end storage arrays that uses a token-based mechanism to read and write data within and between such arrays.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 2) - Network adapter hardware acceleration
Besides the increased processor and memory support available for both hosts and VMs, Windows Server 2012 also supports various hardware acceleration features of high-end network adapter hardware to ensure maximum scalability and performance in cloud scenarios.
Windows Server 2012 : Increase scalability and performance (part 1) - Expanded processor and memory support
Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2 has been embraced by many organizations as a way of making more efficient use of physical server hardware through virtualization and consolidating server workloads.
Windows 7 : Surfing the World Wide Web - Select a Link, Enter a Web Page Address
Internet Explorer's Address bar also doubles as a list of the Web page addresses you have entered most recently. By pulling down that list you can see these recent addresses and select one to return to that site.
Windows 7 : Surfing the World Wide Web - Start Internet Explorer, Navigate Internet Explorer
Some versions of Windows 7, particularly those sold in the European Union, do not include the Internet Explorer Web browser. To obtain Internet Explorer, contact your computer manufacturer or Microsoft.
Windows 7 : Surfing the World Wide Web - Understanding the World Wide Web
The World Wide Web — the Web, for short — is a massive storehouse of information that resides on computers, called Web servers, located all over the world.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 11)
Remember that the label name within Hyper-V needs to be a fully qualified domain name (see Figure 34). Additionally, the VM must have Remote Desktop turned on.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 10)
Now that the Virtualization Host is set up, we need to install and configure the Remote Desktop Connection Broker. The Connection Broker manages the process of connecting the client workstation to the virtual machine running on Hyper-V.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 9)
By installing this role service, Hyper-V will be installed as a required component. Prior to installing Remote Desktop Virtualization Host, you will need to ensure that your server hardware supports Hyper-V.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 8)
Using Remote Desktop Virtualization Host role services, you can deploy a fully featured VDI within your organization. A VDI allows you to provide computer workstation capabilities to your users, while maintaining the workstation, a virtual computer, inside the datacenter.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 7)
The Remote Desktop Gateway provides the ability to securely connect to Remote Desktop applications from outside your corporate firewall without the need for a VPN connection.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 6)
Remote Desktop Web Access creates a Web-based portal with links to RemoteApps. Deploying Remote Desktop Web Access, in most cases, can remove the administrative burden of having to create and manage custom RDP connection files.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 5)
The Remote Desktop Licensing services role is used to manage and renew Remote Desktop Services CALs. A server with the Remote Desktop Licensing services role is required so that Remote Desktop Session Host servers can properly license themselves and manage how many people are connected.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 4)
The Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration console is used to set up and configure connections to the Remote Desktop Server. A default connection is already set up during the installation of the role service.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 3)
You can now connect to the RemoteApp from another computer. To do so, you will need to connect to the RemoteApp via the Web interface (discussed later in this section) or a custom remote desktop file. In this exercise, we will create a custom remote desktop file to use.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 2)
RemoteApp Manager is used to create and manage applications installed on the server that will serve as a RemoteApp. To set up a RemoteApp perform the following
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (part 1)
The Remote Desktop Session Host is what you might consider the traditional Remote Desktop Services (or Terminal Services) role. The Remote Desktop Session Host provides presentation virtualization by remotely displaying server-hosted applications or desktops to PCs and thin clients.
Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services : What is New in Remote Desktop Services
With the release of Windows Server 2008 R2, Terminal Services has been renamed Remote Desktop Services. If you have experience administering Terminal Server in previous operating systems, you should be aware of the new Windows Server 2008 R2 names of various Terminal Server technologies.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Search for a File
After you have used your computer for a while and have created many documents, you might have trouble locating a specific file. This is particularly true if you use your computer frequently, because you might have thousands of your own files stored in various folders throughout the hard drive.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Restore a Deleted File
If you delete a file in error, Windows 7 enables you to restore the file by placing it back in the folder from which you deleted it.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Delete a File
Make sure that you delete only those documents that you have created yourself or that someone else has given to you. Do not delete any of the Windows 7 system files or any files associated with your programs, or your computer may behave erratically or crash.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Create a New File
You can quickly create a new file directly within a file folder. You normally create a new file by opening the appropriate programs, pulling down the File menu, and then choosing the New command.
Windows 7 : Working with Files - Rename a File
You can change the names of your files, which is useful if the current name of the file does not accurately describe its contents. By giving your documents descriptive names, you make it easier to later find the file you want.
 
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