The clever Windows 7 features Microsoft hasn't shown you

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    The clever Windows 7 features Microsoft hasn't shown you


    Posted: 10 Jan 2009
    We were given a sneaky in-depth demo of Windows 7 by Microsoft today, going far behind the features trotted out by that funny-looking woman with overly-tonged hair during Steve Ballmer's keynote. Of course, you'll hopefully be able to download the beta for yourself. So here's our blow-by-blow guide of the features inside Windows 7 courtesy of Program Manager Nancy Phan.



    The clever Windows 7 features Microsoft hasn't shown you | News | TechRadar UK
    Airbot's Avatar Posted By: Airbot
    10 Jan 2009



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    Windows 7 Build 7100 32-bit, Windows Vista 32-bit
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    Thanks, but nothing new in that article. Everything the article says has been shown by Microsoft.
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    Vista and now 7 in 32 and 64 bit.
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    And several, to be loyal, by Brink in his tutorials, and the contibutions by inquisitive posters in these pages.!!
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    Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
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    I thought Charlotte Jones was sexy myself
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    LOL.
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    Windows 7 Build 7000
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    who da hell is Steve Ballmer ?
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    He's the Microsoft CEO, since Bill Gates stepped down from the position.
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    Windows 7 Build 7000
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    Airbot said:
    He's the Microsoft CEO, since Bill Gates stepped down from the position.
    lol, i know man, was only a joke
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    Oh ok, wouldn't have known.
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    Windows 7 Professional (64-Bit)
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    Thanks for the link, as some of those features are actually useful.
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