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Tuesday, May 05, 2009
Windows 7 RC

1. Introduction

After almost 2,5 years, Microsoft is back with a new operating system that aims to deliver all the things that Windows Vista failed to offer plus many more new features. With Windows 7 being the successor of the very good Windows Vista, it has very stable basis to be built on and some points to be worked on (the file management problems, compatibility and security issues) . In brief, Microsoft's latest operating system will offer:

  • Better performance
  • A new home networking system called HomeGroup
  • Better and even wider compatibility
  • Multi-touch support
  • A redesigned Windows Shell with a new taskbar

    Let's see if it is indeed so good as it sounds. We will start off by checking what was said to be wrong on Vista and what has changed in 7. Then we will examine each new feature separately. This article will be frequently updated with new information in the following days.



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