Windows XP to Windows 7 move your application

Windows team blog has put together a series of posts to help you move your Windows XP application to Windows 7. With general availability of Windows 7 coming on October 22, now is the time to move those Windows XP applications to Windows 7. The Windows Vista Application Compatibility Cookbook is still very relevant for […]

Windows team blog has put together a series of posts to help you move your Windows XP application to Windows 7. With general availability of Windows 7 coming on October 22, now is the time to move those Windows XP applications to Windows 7. The Windows Vista Application Compatibility Cookbook is still very relevant for Windows 7, as 99% of its topics apply to Windows 7. Kiriaty explains seven areas represent about a large number of the reported application compatibility problems and provides links to more in depth solutions. Almost all applications that run under Windows Vista will work well with Windows 7. You can check the full article here, or download this doc, a presentation describing UAC Virtualization, and two full hands on labs on this topic, one for managed code and one for native, from here.