An Overview of Windows 7 Application Compatibility
Can you still run your old apps on Windows 7? Learn about how Windows 7 breaks some of your apps, and then fixes them. Learn about the techniques available to fix the ones that are still broken, which techniques are better, and which should be avoided.
About the speaker
Aaron Margosis is a Windows nerd, focusing a lot on security, running with least privilege, and the application compatiblity impacts of doing so. He is co-author with Mark Russinovich of the Sysinternals Administrators Reference (MS Press, 2011). He has published a number of useful tools over the years, including MakeMeAdmin, LUA Buglight, IE Zone Analyzer, and the Local Group Policy utilities on the Microsoft FDCC blog. He delivers training around application compatibility to customers and at conferences with an emphasis on government-mandated locked-down environments. Aaron joined Microsoft Services in 1999, where he works primarily with US government customers. Aaron once won a stuffed horse at the boardwalk.
Published Date: May 12, 2011
Presented By: Anthony de Bruyn
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