Monday, February 09, 2009


Microsoft and its customers have one thing in common: Both are anxious to move on to Windows 7. Customers are doing their part by thoroughly testing the software and reporting bugs. And Microsoft is doing its share by fixing bugs and building tools to make the migration smoother.

That's where the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) toolkit comes in. This little beauty is being tweaked for Windows 7. The idea is to ping the entire network of PCs and see which are ready for a Windows 7 upgrade. Those that don't stand up will be given a list of upgrades.

1 comment:

sql2008 said...

I think since the Windows 7 seems to be working without a major problem, migrating to the new Windows 7 systems will be a little bir easier than migrating to Vista systems.

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