Google News Alert for: "windows 7"

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Refinements? Confusion? Must Be Another Windows
New York Times – United States
In fact, what Microsoft seems to be going for in Windows 7 is “Vista, fixed.” If you ask the masses what they disliked about Vista (as I did using Twitter
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Windows 7 should be 64-bit only – USA
Microsoft could do us all a favor and make Windows 7 64-bit only. Personally, I’ve been running AMD 64 Ubuntu since 6.06. Yes, the first year or more was
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Giz Explains: Why the Windows 7 Taskbar Beats Mac OS X’s Dock
Gizmodo – USA
The Windows 7 taskbar is the most important Windows UI change since Windows 95, and it will dramatically change the way you use Windows.
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Windows 7 Up Close and Personal
Jonny Guru – Vero Beach,FL,USA
When Windows Vista first hit the scene, it was quite a departure from Windows XP. It had been a while since a major desktop operating system release from
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Which is best for netbooks: Windows 7 or Linux?
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
Microsoft is clearly positioning Windows 7 as Linux-killer for netbooks. Can it succeed? I’ve spent considerable time with both Windows 7 and Linux,
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Linux, Windows 7 Beta Could Be Hit By Downadup Worm
ITProPortal – London,UK
This means that even Windows 7 Beta users could have been affected by the trickery as BBC confirmed in a news report. While autoplay can be turned off and
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Microsoft tweaks deployment tools for Windows 7
ZDNet Blogs – USA
Microsoft officials have said relatively little about the features and functionality the company is building into Windows 7 for business (as opposed to
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Questions, answers about Windows 7
Scripps News – Washington,DC,USA
By JAMES DERK, Scripps Howard News Service With the beta of Windows 7 released it wasn’t but a day before the questions started to arrive about it.
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Windows 7 vs. the World: Change is in the Wind
TG Daily – USA
By Rob Enderle, Principal Analyst, Enderle Group Opinion – Chicago (IL) – As Windows 7 moves through the beta process, you’ll see a number of complaints
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Q. How do I modify the paths used in the Windows 7 libraries?
Windows IT Pro – Loveland,CO,USA
A. Windows 7 uses libraries, which are a superior version of the "My" folders from Windows XP. Instead of a single folder, a library represents a view of
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Giz Explains: Why the Windows 7 Taskbar Beats Mac OS X’s Dock
The OS X Dock operates from a similar standpoint, but Windows 7 takes this (not to mention the translucency gambit) a step further: The visual signification of a running application (versus one that’s not and merely
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jkOnTheRun » Blog Archive Windows 7 Start Menu Feature: Recent
I’ve continued to tinker with the Windows 7 beta and like the little usability touches that offer a better experience. Take the new Start menu for example. Next to the Internet Explorer shortcut is a little arrow.
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Trying out Windows 7 Beta | Developing eWrite
Windows 7 Beta is free to download and try out. I tried it out earlier this week to see what its like. I currently use Windows XP Pro and I don’t like Windows.
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Windows 7 Taskbar VS. OS X Dock | Attack of the Operating Systems…
When I first read the title I said No Way but after reading it and realizing just how frustrating the OS X Dock can be I am inclined to agree with them.
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MSDN Blog Postings » Blog Archive » Windows 7: To the Beta and Beyond
As part of the “virtual” experience, you may submit your questions about Windows 7 Beta to the panel live during t he event—or submit questions in advance to Springboard Series: The resource for
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