Turns out Windows 7 RC1 has a nasty little problem when you try running Virtual XP on certain Intel-based machines. Including my home desktop.
New features include:
The source code for this application (written in C#) is available here:
It is done.
Rod Austin asked me in a comment how I've gone about this small application. This is my response. I'm reposting it here for your reference.
ShutOff 2000 works better in Windows 7 than it does in Windows Vista. I think it's awesome. I can even run Visual Basic 6 in Windows 7 without resorting to Virtual XP.
I'm almost done, but I have a day job and rehearsals and stuff that keeps me busy. I'll get back to it shortly.
Right, I'm about halfway through my Simple PHP Blog to WordPress converter and it's looking good!
Right, so I've got this:
Further to my previous post, there is one technology prediction I have made, which I still stand by: 1TB solid-state storage drives (SSD) by 2010.