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  1. Windows-Vista_1.png



    Windows Vista description

    Enables you to evaluate Microsoft Windows Vista

    Windows Vista is now available for IT professionals and developers with MSDN and TechNet subscriptions. In the coming weeks, Microsoft will start the Windows Vista Customer Preview Program (CPP) for developers and IT professionals who are not members of the subscription services.

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    The visual sophistication of Windows Vista helps streamline your computing experience by refining common window elements so you can better focus on the content on the screen rather than on how to access it. The desktop experience is more informative, intuitive, and helpful. And new tools bring better clarity to the information on your computer, so you can see what your files contain without opening them, find applications and files instantly, navigate efficiently among open windows, and use wizards and dialog boxes more confidently.

    Windows Vista is engineered to be the most secure version of Windows yet. The new features in Windows Vista help to give you the control and confidence you need to get the most out of your PC.

    For organizations with complex desktop infrastructures, whether large or small, Windows Vista Enterprise is the operating system designed specifically to help realize a better return on IT investments. In this VHD, you'll have the opportunity to road-test new and improved features including management (e.g. MUI, BDD, etc) usability (e.g. Search, Navigation, etc) and security (UAC, Windows Defender, etc), enhancements to the Windows Vista platform.

    Here are some key features of "Windows Vista":

    · User Experience

    · Security

    · Search & Organization

    · Internet Explorer 7

    · Sidebar & Gadgets

    · Performance

    · Windows Backup

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    · Help and Feedback

    · Windows Update


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    · In addition to the System Requirements for the virtualization product, you will need additional disk and memory resources for running the virtual machine. This VHD is pre-configured to use approximately 10GB of hard disk space and approximately 1024MB of


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  2. I noticed that the way you added "Customized By: XP-tsp" looks really bad


    It looks more like:

    "Customized By: Intel®

    XP-tsp Version: Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz"

    I mean VISO didn't have these kinds of messages.

    I don't think people who use XP-tsp will ever say that they did it all by themselves, they should normally give all the credits to you guys.

    When my friends ask me how i made XP look like vista , i just send them the link to this XP-tsp post. In other words i give you proper credits.

    Ultimately it is your software and you can do as you like and i really appreciate the way you guys made it look more fantastic than before. I am just suggesting that it would look more beautiful if you didn't add those lines there.

    Please don't take it in the wrong sense because every XP ISO i make i use and will keep using XP-tsp/VISO.

  3. Yes amnesia i understand what you are talking about. I tried extracting the bitmaps myself and the result was a horrible looking bootscreen that will give a heart patient a heart attack. Just kidding.

    I suppose i will have to stick with the version you guyz are providing with XPtsp.

    Thanks amnesia and dougiefresh for all your help.

  4. You are asking for impossible thing, for changing bitmaps in .res file is not enough (because of kernel palette limitation and fixed position of progressbar)... unless You are using precompiled bootscreen or tools to customise it... don't You think Vishal would of post couple of bitmaps instead of pre-made kernel ? and quite honestly, sir, i for example see my bootsceen for 1 sec.

    Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Memory Management\PrefetchParameters]

    and i care more about getting into windows faster....

    I also care about getting into windows faster. But still i am using XPtsp because i want to customize my OS as much as i can without slowing it down.

    By the way thanks for clarifying about the bootscreen and the Registry entry.

    Keep up the good work & have a nice day.

  5. amnesia i always use XPtsp. I know a lot of good looking bootscreens can be found on Deviantart.

    But what i am trying to get is a modified version of the bootscr.res which is found inside XPtsp.v1.1_batch\Resources\bootscr.res

    Last time i edited bootscr.res to make the progress bar blue. But this time when i copy all the bitmaps of the Windows 7 bitmaps over bootscr.res's bitmaps the result looks bad. I mean the progress bar looks misplaced.

    In the previous posts you have posted a lot of resources. Can you please post a edited Windows7 bootscr.res from the link i provided on my previous post.

  6. Hi,

    I am downloading the Windows Server 2008 Enterprise from the link of this post.

    How should i setup Windows Server 2008 so that i can play games at maximum speed. I mean should i convert it into a Workstation and which services should i start and stop?

    Will it be a good idea to install Windows Server 2008 in a PC with the following configuration:

    Intel Pentium 4 3.00GHz

    Intel D915GAV Motherboard

    80GB SATA HD


    ATI Radeon X1650 Pro 256MB

    If it is not a good idea, then should i stick with XP Pro or Vista?

    Please give me your suggestions. :unsure:

  7. Can anyone kindly post the MD5 Hash of the Windows Server 2008 Enterprise . I mean this file 6001.18000.080118-1840_x86fre_Server_en-us-KRMSFRE_EN_DVD.iso

    Thanks everyone but at last i found it. Here they are:


    MD5: 89fbc4c7baafc0b0c05f0fa32c192a17

    SHA1: f3932932e41a0a29b11eb2e4aad6ac7ac1bc565a

    CRC32: c3866280


    MD5: 0477c88678efb8ebc5cd7a9e9efd8b82

    SHA1: c5541e66803e99cb4573fdae385028e42a39cef8

    CRC32: 3d521f73


    MD5: A95097778CB2B20B53C8C73A039E6897

    SHA1: 5ECE3AAA878DB003728D75A9E617D5D1F3812D84

    CRC32: DC3A250A


    MD5: a95ad42cee261333d28891f4868e6d3b

    SHA1: 6152d188b9ba47b38583eabfca418d81abe22800

    CRC32: 0ed04d3e


    MD5: 76e203f03a537f846e1a997e9d79f5b8

    SHA1: 791ce2a395e74df7915aa6746242efe521516128

    CRC32: a7a9fadd

  8. VistaVG_Black_for_Windows_XP_by_Vishal_Gupta.png


    Theme by ~Vishal-Gupta

    There are 2 versions in this theme:

    Blue32 (for 32x icon size)

    Blue48 (for 48x icon size)

    VistaVG Black for Windows XP

    Download: Mirror01 Mirror02

    Website: http://vishal-gupta.deviantart.com/art/Vis...ows-XP-64306875

    MD5: A60B702A1D56F488214E36B78FFAFD8B

    Size: 1.12 MB

    VistaVG Blue Refresh for Windows XP

    Download: Mirror01 Mirror02

    Website: http://vishal-gupta.deviantart.com/art/Vis...for-XP-89727046

    MD5: 91F4C24A2DC1B8CC607A12215AB6B991

    Size: 1.51 MB

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