Friday, November 14, 2008

What's new in Windows 7?

Barence writes
"Microsoft has released the first pre-beta code of Windows 7, and PC Pro has a series of in-depth, hands-on examinations of all the new features. The revamped user interface has clearly gleaned more than a little inspiration from the Mac OS X Dock, but it goes further than the Apple concept with 'jumplists,' new gadgets and an updated system tray. The much-vaunted multi-touch controls were there to play with, and it seemed to work well. Networking has been given the full treatment, with new features HomeGroup and Libraries. Windows 7 debuts a new feature called Device Stage that has the potential to be unbelievably handy ... or a complete disaster. Finally, several new features could make PCs easier to manage and secure for IT departments, such as BitLocker To Go and Branch Cache."

Paul has put some FAQ’s on Windows 7 in his site that gives a much better insight on Windows 7.
You can also check out some screen shots from the Windows 7 gallery from these links
Installation Screen, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5

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