Windows® 7 enthuses the African continent
One can notice a lot of enthusiasm across the globe, particularly in the Nigerian IT market as Microsoft released the new Windows 7, the latest operating system from it's stock. The new software launched in the global market is already garnering patronage and Microsoft has decided to go back in time to look at what makes computers work, the complete history of Microsoft Windows and how this Windows 7 launch matters to Nigerians as Africans firstly, and then as technology enthusiasts.
Over the past 25 years Windows has been the cornerstone for some of the biggest transformations in the industry. Whether it was starting the PC revolution or simply making computers easier to use, Windows has become the medium of communication that over a billion people speak in every country and culture all around the globe. So what is special about Windows 7? That is the question now. One can see that in developing this new operating system, Microsoft was given the option to pay heed to the needs of over a billion users and partners and that is how Windows 7 came into being. Microsoft listened and the resulting outcome was Windows 7. It is the by far the most well researched and well planned Windows.
After the launch, the software can be installed on new computers and it is available for purchase in computer retail outlets everywhere. It is believed that a lot more than a billion people of every colour, every language and every culture use Windows daily at work, at home or anywhere else. One thing is for sure is that as each version of Windows was launched down the years, there were more features, better ways of mixing together with team members, and keeping touch with near and dear ones. General computer usage have been revamped and simplified to allow almost anyone to swiftly learn how to use a computer.
It is learnt that upto eight million people participated in the Windows 7 beta testing program all over the world, and this including Windows users from across the African continent. This information helped shape Windows. As a matter of fact, 91% of Windows 7 Release Candidate testers admitted that they would recommend Windows 7.
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