Google News Alert for: "windows 7"

Windows 7 RC To Ship April 30
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
By Paul McDougall Microsoft plans to release a nearly final version of its Windows 7 operating system at the end of the month, according to a company
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Microsoft Windows 7 To Offer Virtualized ‘XP Mode’
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
With a feature called Windows XP Mode, Microsoft will be using virtualization to let Windows 7 customers run applications designed for older versions of
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Ars Technica

Windows 7 will feature "XP mode"
Ars Technica – Boston,MA,USA
Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will support some XP apps via a VM using VirtualPC. By Jon Stokes | Last updated April 27, 2009 12:34 PM CT Redmond
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Windows 7 Loves Consoles – Irvine,CA,USA
By Bryn Williams | Apr 27, 2009 Microsoft’s Windows 7 is shaping up to be your console’s best friend. According to a Release Candidate report on the new PC
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Windows 7 Gets XP Virtualization Feature
Appscout – New York,NY,USA
Microsoft on Friday night released a user guide entitled "Windows 7 Product Update: Key Changes Included in the Release Candidate.
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Would you hold off buying 09-10 PCs to get Windows 7?
Will Microsoft get Windows 7 out the door this summer? It’s certainly starting to look that way. However, while this might be fine for students headed back
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Windows 7 Graphics Performance – the Evolution
Softpedia – Bucharest,Romania
By Marius Oiaga, Technology News Editor One aspect of making Windows 7 the superlative of Windows Vista involves boosting graphics performance,
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Microsoft to Deliver Windows 7 RC This Week
Windows IT Pro – Loveland,CO,USA
Microsoft last week finalized the Release Candidate (RC) milestone build for its upcoming Windows 7 desktop operating system and will deliver the code to
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Will Virtual Machine Software Accelerate Windows 7 Adoption?
I’ve been reading a number of articles that are predicting that Microsoft is planning to include virtual machine software in Windows 7 as a way to
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Windows 7 RC (build 7100) not the same as build 7077
There seems to be a fair bit of confusion and misinformation surrounding the leaked Windows 7 RC build (marked as build 7100) and an earlier leaked build.
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Google Blogs Alert for: "windows 7"

Windows 7 Pro, Ultimate to run legacy apps via ”XP Mode” – The
According to a post on the Windows Team Blog, Windows XP Mode will effectively will let users run virtualized XP apps within the Windows 7 desktop. The post explains, "All you need to do is to install suitable applications directly in
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Windows 7 Release Candidate Released – Gearlog
By Jeremy Kaplan
Quicker to install, more polished and customizable, and easier to use than earlier builds, the Windows 7 Release Candidate (build 7100) is a nice step towards finalization of the operating system. And you thought the Windows 7 Beta was
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Hands on with Windows 7’s ‘Play To’ Feature in Build 7100 – AppScout
By Jeremy Kaplan
The Digital Living Network Alliance created DLNA technology, Microsoft included it in Windows 7, and it’s turned into a standout feature: DLNA adds a contextual "Play to" menu item to PCs connected on the same network (seemingly
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Windows 7 Premium to Support Windows XP Mode (XPM) /
By Bill Lindner
Dubbed Windows XP Mode, or XPM (formerly known as Virtual Windows XP or Virtual XP, VXP) will ship alongside the Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) in May and then in its final version with Windows 7’s own ultimate release. | Main Feed –

Windows 7 arrives this week, supports "virtual" XP | NetworkWorld
By Microsoft Subnet
Microsoft has at last has confirmed the ship dates for Windows 7. The RC is "on track" to be available for download on April 30 for MSDN and TechNet subscribers with public availability promised to begin on May 5th, according to
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