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ART
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BUSINESS&LAW
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- Marketing
- Shorthand
CARS
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GAMES&SPORT
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COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
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EDUCATION
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MEDICINE
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MUSIC&DANCE
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LIFESTYLE
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TRADITIONS
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NATURE
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ARTICLES IN THE BOOK

  1. Architecture of Windows NT
  2. AutoPlay
  3. Bill Gates
  4. BitLocker Drive Encryption
  5. Calibri
  6. Cambria
  7. Candara
  8. Chess Titans
  9. ClearType
  10. Consolas
  11. Constantia
  12. Control Panel
  13. Corbel
  14. Criticism of Windows Vista
  15. Dashboard
  16. Desktop Window Manager
  17. Development of Windows Vista
  18. Digital locker
  19. Digital rights management
  20. Extensible Application Markup Language
  21. Features new to Windows Vista
  22. Graphical user interface
  23. Group Shot
  24. ImageX
  25. INI file
  26. Internet Explorer
  27. Internet Information Services
  28. Kernel Transaction Manager
  29. List of Microsoft software codenames
  30. List of Microsoft Windows components
  31. List of WPF applications
  32. Luna
  33. Mahjong Titans
  34. Meiryo
  35. Microsoft Assistance Markup Language
  36. Microsoft Expression Blend
  37. Microsoft Expression Design
  38. Microsoft Gadgets
  39. Microsoft Software Assurance
  40. Microsoft Virtual PC
  41. Microsoft Visual Studio
  42. Microsoft Windows
  43. Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX
  44. MS-DOS
  45. MSN
  46. MUI
  47. Object manager
  48. Operating system
  49. Original Equipment Manufacturer
  50. Outlook Express
  51. Peer Name Resolution Protocol
  52. Protected Video Path
  53. Purble Place
  54. ReadyBoost
  55. Recovery Console
  56. Remote Desktop Protocol
  57. Security and safety features of Windows Vista
  58. Segoe UI
  59. User Account Control
  60. WIM image format
  61. Windows Aero
  62. Windows Anytime Upgrade
  63. Windows Calendar
  64. Windows CE
  65. Windows Communication Foundation
  66. Windows Disk Defragmenter
  67. Windows DreamScene
  68. Windows DVD Maker
  69. Windows Explorer
  70. Windows Fax and Scan
  71. Windows Forms
  72. Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs
  73. Windows Hardware Engineering Conference
  74. Windows Live
  75. Windows Live Gallery
  76. Windows Live Mail Desktop
  77. Windows Mail
  78. Windows Media Center
  79. Windows Media Player
  80. Windows Meeting Space
  81. Windows Mobile
  82. Windows Movie Maker
  83. Windows Photo Gallery
  84. Windows Presentation Foundation
  85. Windows Registry
  86. Windows Rights Management Services
  87. Windows Security Center
  88. Windows Server Longhorn
  89. Windows Server System
  90. Windows SharePoint Services
  91. Windows Shell
  92. Windows Sidebar
  93. Windows SideShow
  94. Windows System Assessment Tool
  95. Windows System Recovery
  96. Windows Update
  97. Windows Vienna
  98. Windows Vista
  99. Windows Vista editions and pricing
  100. Windows Vista Startup Process
  101. Windows Workflow Foundation
  102. Windows XP
  103. Windows XP Media Center Edition
  104. XML Paper Specification
  105. Yahoo Widget Engine
 



A GUIDE TO WINDOWS VISTA
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Hardware_Engineering_Conference

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Windows Hardware Engineering Conference

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 
Logo for the 2005 WinHEC
Logo for the 2005 WinHEC

The Windows Hardware Engineering Conference (WinHEC) is the annual software developer-oriented trade show and business conference where Microsoft elaborates on its hardware plans for Microsoft Windows-compatible PCs. It commonly features speeches from people such as Bill Gates, and generally has several sponsors including Intel, AMD, ATI et al.[1]

Audience

According to Microsoft, the WinHEC conference is aimed at:[2]

  • Hardware engineers and hardware designers interested in hardware or Windows architecture.
  • Driver developers and testers interested in the Windows Driver Foundation and other driver architecture and tools.
  • Higher-ups including managers who want to know more about advances in technology and business strategies.

Events

  • 2005 Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, Washington. April 25-27, 2005.[3]
    • Bill Gates gave a keynote speech on various topics including Windows "Longhorn" (known later as Windows Vista) and 64-bit computing.
  • 2006 Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, Washington. May 23-25, 2006. Attendance of more than 3,700.[2]
    • Microsoft announced the release of beta 2 of Windows Vista, Windows Server "Longhorn" and Microsoft Office 2007.
    • The Free Software Foundation staged a protest outside the venue, wearing yellow hazmat suits and handing out pamphlets claiming that Microsoft products are "defective by design" because of the Digital Rights Management technologies included in them.[4]
  • 2007 Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California. May 15-17, 2007.[2]

References

  1. ^ WinHEC 2006 Sponsors. Retrieved on 2006-09-02.
  2. ^ a b c WinHEC 2006: Windows Hardware Engineering Conference. Retrieved on 2006-09-02.
  3. ^ Trusted Computing group past events. Retrieved on 2006-09-02.
  4. ^ Bruce Byfield (May 23, 2006). FSF launches anti-DRM campaign outside WinHEC 2006. NewsForge. Retrieved on 2006-05-28.

External links

Main
  • WinHEC Official Webpage
2006
  • Press materials from WinHEC 2006
  • Online videos etc. from WinHEC 2006
2005
  • WinSuperSite show report for WinHEC 2005
  • WinHEC 2005: Microsoft's 64 Bit Promises
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