Windows client

Windows client

A Windows desktop or laptop PC. The term is used to contrast a user's machine with a server in the network.
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WORLDWIDE COMPUTER PRODUCTS NEWS-July 19, 2011-Splashtop introduces Windows client for Splashtop Remote Desktop(C)1995-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
5 for Linux, the GroupWise Windows client and the GroupWise Cross-Platform client are also supported on GroupWise 6.
Arkeia's Windows client also performs hot backup of Windows registries, active directories, certificates and event logs.
Since the Web client retains the look and feel of the Windows client, retraining costs should be substantially reduced.
It provides comprehensive fax management services, including the automated routing of inbound faxes, a Microsoft Windows client, StreetTalk integration, and can be managed within the VINES environment as a VINES service.
Suitcase for Windows Client for Suitcase Server X1, with an included one-year maintenance agreement can be purchased for an estimated street price of $154.
Suitcase for Windows Client for Suitcase Server X1 connects seamlessly with Suitcase Server X1 to ensure consistent font use among workgroup members.
We're excited about the tremendous support and enthusiasm AMD is providing for Windows Vista at this year's Consumer Electronics Show," said Brad Goldberg, general manager for Windows Client at Microsoft Corp.
With calendar year 2007 deployments of Windows Vista projected at 90 million units, IDC believes Windows Vista will quickly displace the majority of shipments of older Windows client operating systems, led by strong acceptance on the consumer front.
VPN enhancements -- VPN client supports Microsoft Windows XP to eliminate the need for an additional Windows client
We are able to offer excellent performance without a heavy processing load on the Windows client system.
VeriTest currently manages a number of product testing programs on behalf of Microsoft, including the prestigious "Certified for Windows Server 2003" program, and continues to support a number of Microsoft's core business groups: Server Platforms, Windows Client, Microsoft Business Solutions, and Mobile & Embedded Devices.