Google News Alert for: "windows 7"

Analysis: Upgrading From XP To Vista To Windows 7? Good Luck
ChannelWeb – Manhasset,NY,USA
By Samara Lynn, ChannelWeb The world knows it’s official: Microsoft has stated that the best option to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 7 is by not
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Windows 7 is a step in the right direction – Washington,DC,USA
Now Microsoft is seeking to replace Vista with Windows 7, the company’s first modern operating system to have only a number designation.
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Ballmer keeps close watch on Apple and Android
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
E-mail Dawn. by chabig83 February 24, 2009 11:41 AM PST One look at Windows Vista and Windows 7 shows just how "focused" on Apple he is! by Seaspray0
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Safari Beta 4 first impressions
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
I’ve been playing with the new Public Beta of Safari 4 on both Leopard and Windows 7 for the past few hours. Here are my first impressions: 1.
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Microsoft expands Windows software for netbooks
Reuters – USA
Microsoft plans low-end version of Windows 7 for netbooks * Says full versions of Windows 7 will also run on netbooks * CEO Ballmer says still wants to team
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Microsoft reaffirms grim outlook for year
The Associated Press
Yet Microsoft plans to spend most heavily on those two segments as the company readies forthcoming versions, Windows 7 and Office 14, and pumps more money
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Microsoft Demands Money Back From Laid-Off Employees
Washington Post – United States
I don’t know anyone who likes Vista, and I contracted there working on Windows 7, and it is total garbage. Ballmer is a loudmouthed moron too instinctively
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Microsoft expands Windows software for netbooks
Reuters – USA
BOSTON (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp will offer a low-end version of its yet-to-be-released Windows 7 operating system for netbooks, though more robust
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Microsoft prepared for weak 2009
MarketWatch – USA
Ballmer did not say much about Windows 7, the company’s next major operating system, except that it would be made available for netbooks, the inexpensive
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Windows 7: The compatibility blame game
InfoWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA
Last week I noted how frustrated I was to discover that VMware ThinApp was completely broken under Windows 7. I opined that perhaps Microsoft was rushing
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Windows 7 Taskbar: Custom Destinations – All Your Base Are Belong
By Sasha Goldshtein
Now that we’re through with adding custom destinations to the jump list, we can safely say that the grounds of working with Windows 7 taskbar jump list are covered. We’ve seen how to populate the jump list with recent/frequent items,
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UAC Improvements in Windows 7 – How It Differs from Vista
By bloggerdev
What are the improvements in UAC in Windows 7? Is Windows 7 UAC better than Vista UAC? Is Windows 7 UAC as annoying as Vista? Introduction to Windows 7 UAC.
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Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2: digWin
7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 are available to . This is the release which supports up to , and you can see a screenshot of a machine running the OS with 96 cores (!) on Mike’s blog posted by The Moth @ 00:01.
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Tech ARP – An Inside Look Into The New Windows 7 Experience Index!
Although Microsoft has consistently asserted in public that Windows 7 will probably only be launched in 2010, the truth is they are rushing for a December 2009 release. Here are more signs of how close they are to completion.
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Windows 7 – Return of Drag and Drop to Command Prompt
By Daniel Petri
In this article, Daniel Petri tells you if you can drag an object to an open Command Prompt window in Windows 7.
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