Speech Title: Windows 7! Tip, Tricks, and everything else you wanted to know
Topic Description: Windows 7! Tip, Tricks, and everything else you wanted to know. Demos, Demos, Demos not slides and more slides. Come get your questions on Windows 7 answered! Do you know how to upgrade from XP to Windows 7? What are the new security features of Windows 7? Why upgrade now? What is the difference between the different versions, and do I need 64 or 32 bit versions? Do I need to buy a new PC for it, or will it run OK, or great on my X year old machine? What is this Direct Access and Branch Cache stuff all about, how do I configure it? What minimum memory configuration do you recommend with Windows 7? Can I run Windows 7 in a virtualize environment? Boot to VHD, huh?
Microsoft’s Las Colinas Office
LC1 Building (Right Tower)
7000 State Highway 161, Irving, TX
Speaker: John Weston
Some may call John a geek. He prefers the term “technologist.” Truth is, John began working with computer games before PCs even hit the scene – and he’s probably got a dusty prototype stashed somewhere to prove it. He’s a fourth generation educator who loves to help people learn new technologies and relishes that magic moment when the light comes on in their eyes. Before joining Microsoft full time, he spent six years as an MCT, training people at a local college and getting new Microsoft hires up to speed. John holds more certifications than he can remember, but the list definitely includes MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, and CCNA. His favorite technology is SQL and he gets a special thrill from solving customers’ problems. For John, there’s nothing like coaxing people from panic to joy when a server goes down and he can help get the business back up on line. When he’s not working, John can usually be found sailing around Texas with his kids
Cost: Free but please RSVP to help predict the amount of food needed.
6-6:30: Dinner and Networking
6:30-7:00: Announcements, and Business meeting
7 to 8:30: Presentation and wrap up
Give a ways: Books, Software, Shirts and more
[NOTE] If you want to create a new IT Pro User Group in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, or Arkansas, please contact me or John.