SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2 (SP2) is now available for download. SQL Server 2008 R2 service packs are cumulative and can be used to upgrade all releases of SQL Server 2008 R2 to Service Pack 2. SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2 contains Cumulative Update 1 to 5 from SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1. The package can be used to upgrade the following SQL Server 2008 R2 editions:
Memory capacities keep rising it seems with each new platform that comes out. Along with the increase in capacities comes an increase in speed that drives latency down and responsiveness higher. Intel's X79 platform has the ability to utilize up to 64GB of system memory in a quad channel configuration while the Z77 platform is still limited to dual channel configurations with four DIMM slots rather than the eight available on most X79 boards.
The Dynamic IP Restrictions Extension for IIS provides IT Professionals and Hosters a configurable module that helps mitigate or block Denial of Service Attacks or cracking of passwords through brute-force by temporarily blocking Internet Protocol (IP) addresses of HTTP clients who follow a pattern that could be conducive to one of such attacks. This module can be configured such that the analysis and blocking could be done at the Web Server or the Web Site level. The module includes the following features:
New version! - Haozip is a powerful free archive manager. It can compress and extract archives in 7z, ZIP and TAR formats and can extract RAR, ISO, UDF, ISZ, ACE, UUE, CAB, Bzip2, ARJ, JAR, LZH, RPM, Z, LZMA, NSIS, CHM, DMG, HFS, WIM, DEB, MSI, CPIO, XAR and other compression formats.
Have you ever faced a problem in trying this combination - ColdFusion10 64bit with MSAccess (.mdb or .accdb). Many have faced this problem and the sole reason is because ColdFusion doesn't support MSAccess in 64bit. Additionally, Windows doesn't currently ship with a MSAccess .accdb driver.
I've been using the ADN utilities, which include some ActiveX controls. Now I'm migrating my project to x64 OS and have downloaded the 64 bit version of the controls, however I cannot place them on my Form in Visual Studio.
TSMC and ARM announced today that they will extend their existing collaboration beyond 20nm fabrication to deliver ARM-based processors that use FinFET transistors.
Hsinchu, Taiwan and Cambridge, UK – July 23, 2012 – TSMC (TWSE: 2330, NYSE: TSM) and ARM today announced a multi-year agreement extending their collaboration beyond 20-nanometer (nm) technology to deliver ARM processors on FinFET transistors, enabling the fabless industry to extend its market leadership in application processors.
New version! - USBSpy lets you capture, display, record and analyze data that's transferred between any USB device connected to PC and applications. This makes it a great tool for debugging software, working on device driver or hardware development and provides a powerful platform for effective coding, testing and optimization.
We'll detour (sort of, the final demo uses SSE2 and 3) from SSE instructions and examine structures today. Structures in ASM are almost the same as their C++ counterparts but there's a few little tricks to look at before C++ and ASM will play together.
The ARM v8 architecture has already been acknowledged as the great accomplishment that will pull the architecture out of the confines of the mobile market, and now we know who will help ARM Holding the most: TSMC.
New version! - Linpack by Intel(R) is an extremely stressful program that will put even the most powerful X86/X64 CPU in the world at its knees. Load temp under Linpack will be up to 22*C higher than the competing software Prime95. This program will make usage of Linpack easier and more practical.
Version: 302.82 WHQL
Release Date: 2012.07.18
Operating System: Windows 8 64-bit
File Size: 177 MB
Version: 297.03 WHQL
Release Date: 2012.07.18
Operating System: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit
File Size: 173 MB
The ActiveWin Team continues its journey evaluating the next release of Windows, officially Windows 8. For the past couple months we have spent some quality time with this new update to the next version of Windows currently under development. With the release of the Windows 8 Release Preview, Microsoft is in the home stretch and is expected to have a final release ready by the end of July with general availability this holiday 2012.