Ludzie, bo już zaczynacie mnie drażnić. PisZEcie, że WIN 7 nie ioferuje NIC w porównaniu do starego XP. Otóż piszą tak wszyscy, któzy tak na prawdę potrafią tylko włączyć komputer i nic więcej. Żeby udowodnić wam wszystkim trollom oraz linuksiarzom i fanatykom Windowsa starego xp, poniżej lista rzeczy, które dodano do 7 a które nie są w STARYM XP:
DirectAccess allows users to experience their office environment at home, or anywhere with an internet connection. This solution uses IPSec to provide authentication and encryption for communication, thus eliminating the need to fiddle around with VPN connections. By it's nature this is a feature for domain users and requires configuration of a Windows Server 2008. Actually, there is quite a lot of configuration on the Windows 2008 server, especially if you wish to restrict parts of the corporate network to the users when they are offsite.
BranchCache, which enables updated content from file and Web servers on a wide area network (WAN) to be cached on computers at a local branch office, increasing application response time and reducing WAN traffic. The idea is that one user access data, which the branch server caches, others users get cached copy.
Multiple active firewall profiles. The benefit is that firewall rules are based on the network to which each network adapter is connected, for example, Private, Public, or Domain. Let us suppose that you are at a station which supplies wireless connection. This is what happens, your VPN connection to the corporate domain network is protected by the Domain profile. While surfing the internet uses the Public profile.
Mobile broadband device support provides another consistent driver-based model for devices that are used to access a mobile broadband network. What's new is that users don't need to grapple with third-party software, Windows 7 takes care of business.
IPv6 provides the end-to-end addressing necessary for clients to connect to the enterprise network. If you are not yet ready to fully deploy IPv6, then you can use Intra-Site Automatic Tunnel Addressing Protocol (ISATAP), Teredo, and 6to4 to connect across the IPv4 Internet and to access IPv4 resources.
URL-based Quality of Service (QoS), which enables you to assign a priority level to traffic based on the URL from which the traffic originates.
DISM (Deployment Image Service and Management) Installation is not my speciality, but if it was I would study and use this new utility. DISM is like a new incarnation of AIK (Automated Installation Kit) and its crucial feature is slicker update of drivers resulting in smaller image files. This is new for Windows 7 (and Windows Server 2008 R2) Key phrase, Dynamic Driver Provision. DISM replaces PEimg.exe, Intlcfg.exe, and Pkgmgr.exe.
MultiCore Processing. Better support for dual-core and quad-core CPU.
Faster WiFi network discovery on startup.