Windows® 7 Mobility
Since notebook PCs have become the preferred computing platform of choice, Microsoft has loaded a host of mobile features into Windows 7. The least obvious but surely an important factor is the Windows 7 customizable power management features. With the addition of customizable power management plans, the software giants has finally surged ahead with a running form of putting a computer to sleep. While it seems unlikely to be helped by a lot of existing notebooks, the new Windows 7 is sensor-savvy with the ability deploy GPS, light sensors and 3G modems to incorporate added intelligence into mobile computing. Notebook screens can be intelligently brightened and dimmed. Location smarts can generally add smarts to Windows 7 combined search capabilities.
In addition to this, there is a mobile control center for easy access to frequently used mobile settings, location aware printing which itself can tell default printer to use depending on which network a notebook it is connected to, simple to use wireless connectivity. Things look good for mobile users. Microsoft will include a Windows 7 Starter Edition, which is crafted for low-end notebooks and Netbooks. It will replace Windows XP without the performance discrepancies associated when migrating to Windows Vista. The new Windows 7 default UAC’s setting is quite a winner. It will alert you when an application tries to change settings on your PC or will otherwise leave you to yourself. UAC settings can also easily be changed thanks to a slider control. Windows 7 also will not Auto-run external storage when it is connected, significantly reducing the threat for virus infections. However the security softwareÂ inÂ Windows 7 has to be added by the user. Microsoft has tweaked the Windows 7 Firewall. The Firewall settings falling in Windows Vista were at best limited, The one in Window 7 is far more spectacular, enabling easy access to features such as filtering outbound traffic.
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