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31 Days of our Favorite Things: Sometimes it’s the little things that make the difference. (Part 14 of 31)

Happy Sunday!

As the title of this post suggests, today we’re discussing a couple of the little things that make your experience so much better when using Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8.  For example, the Task manager…

“Hold on.. the Task Manager has been the same for.. wow, I don’t even remember how many versions of Windows.”

Very true.  And we’ve come to take it for granted.  But it’s an old friend whose time has come to retire.  Have you ever seen, for example, what the page of CPUs looks like in the old task manager when you’re running 32 CPUs on a single server?

“No.. I haven’t."

Well.. here you go…

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And 32 isn’t nearly the capacity of what a virtual machine can have (64) or even a physical server (640).  That’s a lot of processors.. and the old interface just doesn’t cut it.

In today’s installment of our “31 Days of our Favorite Things”, Keith Mayer will walk you through the new Task Manager, and perhaps a few other “UI Goodies”.

CLICK HERE FOR HIS ARTICLE

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Are you going to miss the old task manager?  Me neither…

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Kevin is an engaging and highly sought-after speaker and webcaster who has landed several times on Microsoft's top 10 webcast list, and has delivered many top-scoring TechNet events and webcasts. In his past outside of Microsoft, Kevin has held positions such as software engineer, information systems professional, and information systems manager. He loves sharing helpful new solutions and technologies with his IT professional peers.

A prolific blogger, Kevin shares his thoughts, ideas and tips on his “Full of I.T.” blog (http://aka.ms/FullOfIT). He also contributes to and moderates the TechNet Forum IT Manager discussion (http://aka.ms/ITManager), and presents live TechNet Events throughout the central U.S. (http://www.technetevents.com). When he's not busy learning or blogging about new technologies, Kevin enjoys digital photography and videography, and sings in a band. (Q: Midlife crisis? A: More cowbell!) He continues to challenge his TechNet Event audiences to sing Karaoke with him.