New Windows® 7 Features
After the official release of Windows 7, on October 22, 2009, IT organizations and end users are desperate to migrate their old Windows versions to the latest operating system. This article will shed some light on why should you opt for Windows 7. Test Windows 7 new features by comparing it with previous versions of Windows.
Easy File Management with Libraries
In order to regulate your documents, music, pictures and other folders or files in Windows 7, users will have to go to Libraries. Libraries are an integral part of Windows PowerShell in new Windows 7. Integration is necessary because it allow user to browse their files in similar fashion as they would in a folder. User can search files by date, type and author in both Windows Explorer and the Common File Dialog.
It enables the user to have full control over the “Documents Library” folder. The user can decide which folders should be incorporated in the Documents Library, as the system adds these folders in index so that he can speedily search these folders.
Access features easily with jump list
Jump List offers several advantages such as to launch a file or access a task without actually initiating a program and additionally it doesn’t occupy much space on the taskbar and is automatically organized. The user can have access to several destinations without the need to customize the UI. The Windows 7 Jump List can display the lot of text for each of its items. You can simply pin to the list, just by keeping the required destination around.
Windows 7 works smarter and offer option to get everything back as you were used to in earlier editions. Microsoft has combined variety of new features in Windows 7, including an improved user interface. One of the innovative changes that you would immediately notice is the new and elevated taskbar. It has been remarkably improved.
In new Windows7, you can drag any of the programs to the taskbar. You also has the freedom to rearrange the icons on the taskbar just by clicking and dragging. By adding new features, user computing experience is further made interesting.