Strengthen user experience with Windows® 7
Windows 7 is expected to prove as one of the best operating systems released by Microsoft as unofficial beta version fulfills the promise of being good. Though the percentage of the users who thinks that Windows Vista is good is less but there are users who believe that Windows Vista is far more stable and usable operating system than Windows XP.
According to the users experience, approximately all seems to be completely satisfied with beta version and it appears that in Windows 7 Microsoft has tried to built on Windows Vista strengths and addressed most of its weaknesses. Installation is not at all a problem in Windows 7 and it boots too quickly. In addition to its main partition, Windows 7 is also provided with 200MB partition that reduces the anxiety of the user by availing them extra space to store data without using any external drive.
The desktop performance is very much enhanced. Many reports that are released and states that Windows 7 is faster than Vista seems to be true. As far as the users experience is concerned, they are facing no problem in installation and in launching applications, downloading files, in web browsing and doing other tasks. One of the selling points of Windows 7 is the more flexible and less irritating User Account Control (UAC). Microsoft has reduced the actions that prompt you resulting it making less annoying for the users. Microsoft has done many changes but the biggest change is the User Account Control “slider” setting which results in less annoyance and more security. But if you want it as it was you can easily do it with Windows 7 new Action Center.
Windows 7 is already coming with pre-installed anti-spyware package which provides security and defend your PC against malicious malwares. Microsoft has made Windows 7 more simplistic which provide unified experience to the users for common tasks. Business users,who rejected Vista and still working on XP, need to check how new operating system works in their environment.
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