Service Pack 1 for Windows 7 was launched

Microsoft launched the first service pack (SP1) for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Update improves security and reliability of the operating system. It includes all updates released until now. Installation of SP1 requires 4 to 7,4 GB of free disk space, depending on the version of Windows 7.

An important innovation in Service Pack 1 support for DRAM and technology RemoteFX. By using Dynamic Memory physical memory the server can be contained in an array of which is reserved for virtual machines depending on their needs. RemoteFX function does allow users of computers with low productivity to work remotely with complex 3D graphics, high definition video and more. In these operations, using the resources of the server, not the device, which made the session.

Security for Your Files - Online Backup

There is a long list of threats that are out there which could ruin much of the work that you have saved on your hard drive. The internet is something that has come along in the past few decades that has changed the way we work, play and exchange ideas, but it can also be a very dangerous place for your files. The threats that are present on the internet are wide and varied and they can even appear to be non threatening on the surface. However, there is a lot that can go wrong and potentially wreck every bit of info you have saved on your hard drives.

Whether you have been the victim of a virus or hacker before or not it should be clear that you need to make sure that your information is fully protected and backed up so that in the event of losing it you are able to recover it and continue with business as usual. There are tons of companies that keep servers dedicated to information and data storage for customers to utilize. In the event that something goes wrong you will surely be kicking yourself if your information is not backed up on a third party server.

Windows 8 will have face recognition

It is no secret that Microsoft plans to incorporate face detection technology employed in the Windows operating system 8 has a higher security. The idea is already close to its realization, according to information from the site Windows8Italia.

In one of the earliest versions of the system is an open application programming interface (API), which will be used to detect human presence. It was not known details. Windows 8 is expected to hit the market in 2012, when devices such as sensors, web cameras, microphones, GPS, accelerometers and temperature sensors will be widely distributed, especially in mobile computers. This will allow the OS to interact in an entirely new way with consumers.

Microsoft now supports face recognition in their entertainment systems by Kinect controller and Xbox Live. PC maker Lenovo technology built face recognition in their notebooks as early as 2007. The realization of such an option in the Windows operating system 8 will seriously extend the application of technology.