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MS lifts kimono on Windows 7 security features
Register – London,England,UK
By John Leyden • Get more from this author Microsoft has unveiled the security improvement is expects to deliver with Windows 7, the next version of its
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Windows 7 Offers Smarter Security For Road Warriors
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
By Paul McDougall In a boon for mobile workers and the IT personnel who support them, Microsoft’s new Windows 7 operating system includes technology
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All About Microsoft
I get questions periodically about whether Windows 7 marks the end of the Microsoft operating system road. “For the upcoming version of Windows,
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Should I upgrade to Windows 7?
I’ve been running Windows 7 on several systems now for a number of months. I first got my hands on the Windows 7 beta just before the Holidays last year
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Microsoft: Windows 7 will do less nagging
FierceCIO – Washington,DC,USA
Paul Cooke, director of Windows 7 client enterprise security, has stepped forward to promise that Windows 7 will feature fewer alerts originating from User
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Windows 7 could change our perception of PCs
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
But I also believe that Windows 7 is the single Windows OS that can improve the consumer’s experience. Aside from compatibility issues, one of my biggest
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Singing the Windows 7 post-beta blues
InfoWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA
I’ve been spending some quality time with the latest leaked build of Windows 7 (7077), and I have to say that this Release Candidate-candidate looks pretty
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Telstra joins the XP to Windows 7 club
Australia’s largest telecom provider Telstra said it will migrate its 45000 employees to Windows 7 from XP. Telstra had skipped the Vista upgrade.
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Is Windows 7 for netbooks a non-Starter?
InfoWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA
By Ian Paul | PC World Microsoft plans to offer a netbook-friendly version of Windows 7 that can only run three programs at a time and has a less robust
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Net Security, Windows 7 and Conficker Under Scrutiny
PC World – USA
Cross-domain security on the Internet, Windows 7 vulnerabilities and the Conficker worm will be among the topics under scrutiny at the Hack In The Box
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Incremental Blogger » Blog Archive » Windows 7 Started Edition OK
Now as to whether Microsoft should actually be trimming down Windows 7 this way? Personally I don’t think so. If you ask me, a better approach would have been to create a version of Windows 7 tuned for Netbooks–something that makes it
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Windows 7 Will Show Nearly 30% Less UAC Prompts | Windows 7 News
Microsoft have responded to the ‘click fatigue’ suffered by users from numerous UAC prompts, deciding that displaying too many UAC prompts just made users ‘cry.
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Windows 7 RC released to public on May 5th – Computer Chips
By Rick Hodgin
Microsoft Taiwan has reportedly confirmed it “highly possible” a release candidate (RC) version of Windows 7 will be available for download prior to the Computex Taipei 2009 industry event, which will run June 2 through June 6, –

End to End Trust and Windows 7 – Windows Security Blog – The
By Paul Cooke
I attended Scott Charney’s keynote this morning at RSA – Moving Towards End to End Trust: A Collaborative Effort . I would assume that many of the readers of this blog are not familiar with the End to End Trust story.
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TechNet Flash Feed : New Windows 7 Learning Snacks (short videos
By mitchirs
Just a heads up about the recent posting of more new Learning Snacks for Windows 7. Learning Snacks are short, interactive presentations delivered via Silverlight. Here are the new Windows 7 “snacks” for IT professionals: · Implementing
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Living with the limits of Windows 7 Starter Edition | Ed Bott’s
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