Ten Things You Should Know About Windows 7
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We're all trying to get to know the latest revision of the Longhorn platform, arriving in two different suits of clothes: Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. In this Microsoft white paper, I toss out ten things that you should probably know as you get familiar with the latest version of the Windows client.


  • 1. There Are No Radical Changes
  • 2. Windows XP Mode Runs Older Apps
  • 3. IE Compatibility View Makes 8 Work Like 7
  • 4. Windows Touch Needs Expensive Hardware
  • 5. Libraries Will Require Training
  • 6. Backup Is Better
  • 7. Applets Are Growing Up
  • 8. Windows 7 Is Huge
  • 9. The Versions Are Still Confusing
  • 10. UAC Is Still a Work in Progress

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