Windows 7 SKU's (Not As Bad As It Seems)

Many different sources are announcing that Windows 7 will have 6 different SKU's available, and many are touting the end of Windows, because they are making the same marketing mistakes as Windows Vista.  I have a different perspective on this that I will justify after the SKU breakdown.  Here are…

Tweaking Vista Services

Recently I have been trying to squeak more speed out of my laptop by shutting down unnecessary services that seem to come with most every software and device driver.  To do this I started with a clean install of Windows Vista and installed the driver only option for my hardware…

I am ditching Vista for Windows Mojave

I just can't take Windows Vista anymore so I am ditching it for Windows Mojave.  I have heard great things about it and anything must be better than Windows Vista. Check it out for yourself: http://www.mojaveexperiment.com By the way, I am still alive, just very busy with…

I have been a bad Blogger

Hi loyal readers, I have to apologize, I have been a really bad blogger lately. I have neglected my blog because of a new job and a brand new Web 2.0 site that I am about to release. At the end of the month I will make an announcement…

Vista Performance and Reliability Pack Unofficial Release

Please note: These fixes break all current methods of bypassing driver singing requirements except the good old F8 during boot (that you have to do every single time you start vista) If you are using Rivatuner, atitool and or Peerguardian on 64bit vista, you will have to use F8 every…

How To: Disable Driver Integrity Checks on Windows Vista x64

One of the new features of Windows Vista was the Driver integrity Checks. In the x64 version of the product it is turned on by default, and is a great idea to prevent kernel level access to only drivers that have passed the Microsoft Testing for security and performance. However…