Vista SP1 cleanup tool VSP1CLN.EXE

If you have installed Windows Vista SP1 on top of your first Vista installation and have no plans to uninstall it, you might want to give the following command a try “VSP1CLN.exe”. The Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) Files Removal Tool (VSP1CLN.exe) can be used to remove the files that are archived after Windows Vista SP1 is applied. Running this tool is optional. Installing Windows Vista SP1 increases the amount of disk space that is used by the operating system. This Read More …

Don’t Wait for Windows 7

I just recevied an updated paper from Microsoft regarding Windows Vista and some statements why not to wait for Windows7. There is no need to wait for Windows 7. It is a goal of the Windows 7 release to minimize application compatibility for customers who have deployed Windows Vista since there was considerable kernel and device level innovation in Windows Vista. The Windows 7 release is expected to have only minor changes in these areas. Read More …

Don’t wait for Windows 7 move to Vista

In both work and private life moving to Vista becomes a dominating topic. Of course there are reasons to stay on XP and hold on for another 2 years and then move to Windows 7, but should Microsoft release Windows 7 as planned in early 2010, it then still takes at least a year until enterprise users will see it, as from experience, enterprises don’t adopt new operating systems quickly and there is still this Read More …