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  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Legacy Support in Windows 7

    This paper speaks about Windows 7 that has been built to keep the security and reliability paramount. Applications not written for Windows Vista and above have a low chance of working with Windows 7. However, to ensure that this does not become a stumbling block, Microsoft has enabled certain SKUs...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Preview : Windows 7 - Application Enhancements

    This paper says Windows 7 had radically changes in it. All the built-in applications get extreme makeovers. So much so that at first glance might wonder if actually runnings are the application have known for so long or whether it's a third party one. Another change that will see is...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Preview : Windows 7 - Explorer, Libraries & Networking

    Almost every major version of Windows has changed the way that users can access their files and documents? Mostly for the better. Windows 7 is no exception and now gets quite a revamped look of Explorer and other enhancements. In Windows 7, the preview pane is just a click away....

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Windows 7: Desktop & Taskbar Enhancements

    Windows 7 makes some exciting and very large leaps in changing some of the things that most computer users have been used to since the Windows 95 days and for the better. The new Taskbar itself has enough number of new features that allow for not just better productivity but...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Windows 7: What's New

    Some people have liked Windows Vista immensely and others can't stop detesting it. However, when the Windows 7 beta was revealed to the public last year and made available as a download, it has received very rave reviews all around. Its standing at new series that will delve into the...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Legacy Support in Windows 7

    This paper speaks about Windows 7 that has been built to keep the security and reliability paramount. Applications not written for Windows Vista and above have a low chance of working with Windows 7. However, to ensure that this does not become a stumbling block, Microsoft has enabled certain SKUs...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Preview : Windows 7 - Explorer, Libraries & Networking

    Almost every major version of Windows has changed the way that users can access their files and documents? Mostly for the better. Windows 7 is no exception and now gets quite a revamped look of Explorer and other enhancements. In Windows 7, the preview pane is just a click away....

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Windows 7: Desktop & Taskbar Enhancements

    Windows 7 makes some exciting and very large leaps in changing some of the things that most computer users have been used to since the Windows 95 days and for the better. The new Taskbar itself has enough number of new features that allow for not just better productivity but...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Preview : Windows 7 - Application Enhancements

    This paper says Windows 7 had radically changes in it. All the built-in applications get extreme makeovers. So much so that at first glance might wonder if actually runnings are the application have known for so long or whether it's a third party one. Another change that will see is...

    Provided By CyberMedia

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Windows 7: What's New

    Some people have liked Windows Vista immensely and others can't stop detesting it. However, when the Windows 7 beta was revealed to the public last year and made available as a download, it has received very rave reviews all around. Its standing at new series that will delve into the...

    Provided By CyberMedia