Let’s find out what’s new in Windows® 7
Migration to Windows 7 is really a worth! Several new features have been introduced in Windows 7 justifies an upgrade, especially for those who have chosen to avoid Windows Vista. Whenever it comes to what’s new in Windows 7, many areas of enhancement comes into fore but desktop is the one which is remarkably improved and can be considered what’s really new in Windows 7.
Windows 7 desktop consists of taskbar, a background image, gadgets and icons. Microsoft has made a remarkable change in taskbar, introduced attractive background themes, you can display gadgets on the screen and place icons on the desktop which you want to place in the background.
With new Windows 7, it is easier to work on desktop. It rolls out with three strong features named Aero Shake, Aero Peek, and Aero Snap. Users often complain about the hassle of juggling of too many windows.Windows 7 features aero peek that is the solution to deal with so many open windows, which is mostly the cause of chaos. Aero peek helps the user by showing the desktop field in the right of the taskbar and displays the outline of the currently open Windows. It provides you with the power of X-ray vision which allows you to peer past all your open windows to the desktop. Point to the taskbar and it will reveal all your hidden icons and gadgets.
Windows 7 has extensive support for themes. Not only limited to desktop background, icons, mouse pointers and sound schemes, a latest control panel interface has been introduced that enables user to customize and switch between themes. It also allow the user to add, modify, change the opacity and even resize the opacity of the gadgets. By moving it to the original position, new Windows 7 also facilitates you by offering you to reposition any gadget on the desktop.
Windows 7 search is highly improved than its predecessor. It allows you to search websites from your desktop with search connectors. You can search data on local and networked machines. It allows you to search different websites without even opening new browser session.