Windows® 7 on Netbook
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Netbooks with Windows Vista are a little bit slow at Startup and Shutdown time. Also there are problems in accessing media content with Windows Vista notebooks.
Solution:Netbooks have been winning hearts of customers and have been proved a evolutionary category of small and inexpensive laptop computers. However, netbooks have not influenced the enterprise segment.
But one can ask whether enterprises can take possession of the netbooks? Why netbooks should be considered for enterprise use?
Netbooks have a specialty that they have power saving processors, small display, but they lack integrated CD/DVD drives. They are light in weight, cheap and provide long battery life. Therefore, people are desirous of devices like netbooks which are cheap and are loaded with necessary applications. The scene has changed after Microsoft has announced Windows 7 Starter edition especially for the netbook segment.
Windows 7 Starter
Windows 7 Starter does not have the Aero feature and would not be available in a 64-bit version. However, Microsoft will make sure that Windows 7 will work fine on netbooks.
A new analysis predicts that all new netbooks with Windows 7 Operating System will aim the enterprise segments. Also, the netbooks with Windows 7 will cost only a little bit more than the netbooks with Windows XP. It will support the 3G wireless broadband and this could be another reason for its success.
Netbooks have low RAM and storage, which would limit its usage for Windows 7 applications those demand powerful processor and more memory space. Sources suggest that without TPM (Trusted Platform Module) successful netbook spread in the enterprises are unlikely, as TPM (Trusted Platform Module) is very important feature for the netbooks.
According to the latest figures, consumers love netbooks and encourage enterprise IT departments to accept a growing number of products. It will be loved more if these notebooks have latest Window 7 OS.