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Computer Hardware Memory Management for Windows

  • January 31, 2011 31 Jan'11

    Memory methods still differ for Microsoft and VMware

    Despite new features for Hyper-V R2 SP1, the two vendors still take very different approaches to memory management for virtualization.

  • December 10, 2010 10 Dec'10

    Microsoft Dynamic Memory rivals Citrix, not VMware

    Think Hyper-V Dynamic Memory is Microsoft’s answer to VMware's memory overcommit? Not so fast. Mike Laverick writes that it actually has more in common with Xen than ESX.

  • June 28, 2007 28 Jun'07

    A guide to troubleshooting computer memory problems

    Computer memory problems do not have to be difficult to diagnose and remedy. This guide explains how you can troubleshoot your way back in business.

  • June 20, 2007 20 Jun'07

    FAQ: Troubleshooting Windows hardware

    Have a question about troubleshooting Windows hardware? You may find the answer in this FAQ about Windows hardware troubleshooting.

  • June 18, 2007 18 Jun'07

    Computer memory for your Windows environment

    In this guide, Contributor Bernie Klinder reviews computer memory types, chips and memory form factors differences and explains how to determine computer memory needs for your Windows environment.

  • May 19, 2006 19 May'06

    Microsoft shares Vista hardware requirements

    Microsoft has come clean about the hardware requirements necessary to get optimal performance out of Windows Vista, its next-generation operating system.

  • May 04, 2006 04 May'06

    Survey says: 64-bit on readers' minds

    New 64-bit technologies are coming fast and furious from Microsoft, leaving many customers with questions about what the new technology will mean for them. Expert Laura E. Hunter breaks down results from a recent SearchWinIT.com survey, and sheds ...

  • April 21, 2006 21 Apr'06

    Purchasing hardware for Vista: A quick guide

    When the IT industry is in a transitional period, as it is today with the release of Windows Vista less than a year away, buying workstation hardware entails some tough decisions.

  • March 30, 2006 30 Mar'06

    How to evaluate hardware

    You'll be in the driver's seat with this hardware evaluation guide. Bernie Klinder offers advice on evaluation basics for both internal and external devices.

  • February 02, 2006 02 Feb'06

    Plugging Windows security holes? Hold the glue

    IT managers can use Group Policy software extensions to stop the downloading of corporate data onto endpoints, like memory sticks or CDs. Believe it or not, some IT shops have used epoxy to get the same job done.

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