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Windows 7: A Little Peak at Changes Coming with the Windows 7 RC

27 Feb 2009   #1

Windows 10 Workstation x64
A Little Peak at Changes Coming with the Windows 7 RC

I wanted to take a brief moment and highlight a post by Windows Engineering Team today discussing just some of the more visible changes coming with the Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) based directly off feedback from *you*. You should definitely give the post a read if you haven’t already.

Yesterday, Steven Sinofsky posted about the amazing amount of feedback we’ve received since the release of the Windows 7 Beta and how the Windows Engineering Team is digesting that feedback to raise the level of quality of Windows 7.


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