Google News Alert for: "windows 7"

Windows 7 UAC Vulnerability Checked
Windows & Net Magazine – Cleveland,OH,USA
What matters is that Microsoft made some changes to Windows 7’s User Account Control (UAC) feature in response to people’s concerns.
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Windows 7 Starter Rumored at $200… Really?
Tom’s Hardware Guide – Culver City,CA,USA
Microsoft has yet to even hint at pricing for its upcoming Windows 7, but websites are now reporting details citing anonymous sources.
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Microsoft: No Ultimate Extras for Windows 7
Ars Technica – Boston,MA,USA
That’s right, Microsoft says no to Ultimate Extras in Windows 7 Ultimate. By Emil Protalinski | Last updated February 6, 2009 1:22 The Ultimate Extras
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Microsoft agrees to change UAC in Windows 7
TechSpot – USA
After initially downplaying the risks and defending its choices around the User Account Control feature in Windows 7, the company has now bowed to pressure
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Intel employee warns on Windows 7 netbook pricing, SSDs
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
Bancroft also expressed doubt that netbooks with small solid state disks (also known as flash drives) would be able to handle Windows 7.
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Microsoft Admits Defeat, Will Patch Windows 7 Security Hole
Gizmodo – USA
to users and making the changes in the end, even if on one level (absolute consistency) it was kind of right. [Engineering Windows 7 via Technologizer]
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Microsoft Agrees to Additional Windows 7 UAC Change to Address
eWeek – New York, NY
By Brian Prince After some debate, Microsoft has agreed to design Windows 7 to generate a prompt if there is an attempt to change the user account control
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Exploring Windows 7 on the Mac: the Taskbar
Apple Insider – Herndon,VA,USA
By Prince McLean Once past the fairly painless installation of the Windows 7 beta, Mac users will be struck with deja vu. This new version of Windows looks
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Microsoft Caves, Will Change UAC In Windows 7
Slashdot – USA
CWmike writes "Reacting to intense criticism of an important security feature in Windows 7 (which we discussed a few days back), Microsoft today said it
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Windows 7 Sensor Windows Driver Kit Beta Resources
Softpedia – Bucharest,Romania
By Marius Oiaga, Technology News Editor With Windows 7 client and Windows 7 Server (Windows Server 2008 R2) available in Beta as of early January 2009,
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Windows 7: People Have No Idea What Windows 7 Is
By matt buchanan
Proof Microsoft could’ve done whatever it wanted with Windows 7 and people would’ve swallowed it, as long as it’s pretty: People told a demo of KDE 4 was Windows 7 were amazed. [ZDNet via CrunchGear]

Microsoft Reverses Course On Windows 7 Security (MSFT)
By Eric Krangel
Talk about a 180: Microsoft (MSFT) now acknowledges changes may be necessary in the way Windows 7 handles security, and the company is promising to implement two changes to the upcoming "release candidate" version of the
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Rumor Mill: Windows 7 Pricing Starts at $200?
By Adam Pash
As we reported earlier this week, the Windows 7 version lineup was simplified to three for most users in developed country. The one exception is Windows 7 Starter, but it’s only available to manufacturers, so despite the fact that it
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ZDNET shows KDE 4 as Windows 7 and people want it |
By Joel Evans
The unique part of this is that they told them it was Windows 7. The majority of the people liked the new OS and would switch to it, but more importantly, they continued to say how hard it was to navigate Vista. –

TechNet Flash Feed : More new Windows 7 resources for IT pros
By mitchirs
Even before last week’s announcement of the Windows 7 lineup , I know that a lot of you are already testing the new OS, and as you begin this process, check out the Ten Things IT Professionals Should Know About Windows 7
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