As soon as Microsoft releases the final bits of a new Windows release to manufacturing ‚?? and often before ‚?? many users‚?? thoughts turn to what‚??s next.
Windows 7 and its server complement, Windows Server 2008 R2, were released to manufacturing in late July. By late August, Microsoft‚??s Windows client unit already was turning the crank on Windows 8 client and server.
Anders Vindberg, a Microsoft Technical Fellow in Microsoft‚??s Management and Services division ‚?? a ‚??Big Brains‚?Ě interview with whom I‚??ll be posting soon ‚?? acknowledged that planning sessions were well underway for Windows 8. And of the 12 working groups created, ‚??eight or nine revolve around management.‚?Ě (Back in April of this year, Microsoft was seeking developers interested in working on some of these management features and enhancements to Distributed File System Replication for Windows 8.)
Stephen Chapman, a tech enthusiast who runs the UX Evangelist site, has been beating the bushes for a few months now for Windows 8 information. He