Windows® 7 New features
There are many irresistible features being introduced in the new OS of Microsoft, Windows 7. Some of them have been discussed in the article.
Virtual Hard Disks
The Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editionsÂ includes support for the Virtual Hard Disk (VHD) file format. VHD files can be mounted as drives, created and booted from. An installation of Windows 7 can be booted and run from a VHD drive, even on non-virtual hardware, thereby providing a new way to multi-boot Windows.
Accelerators for Windows
Windows 7 Accelerators offers a way for learning more about selected text, optionally using voice control.
Libraries are built-in folders in Windows such as My Document, My Music. It’s a handy way to categorize and create shortcuts to samples, music, etc.
Windows 7 provides integrated support for multi-touch displays.
Windows 7 has a new FireWire (IEEE 1394) stack that fully supports IEEE 1394b with S800, S1600 and S3200 data rates. According to survey, USB 3.0 may be supported in a future Windows Update.
Multi-function devices and Device Containers
Prior to Windows 7, every device connected to the system was treated as a single functional end-point.Â While appropriate for single function devices such as an audio interface, this elegantly represents multi-function devices such as a combination audio/MIDI interface. In Windows 7, the drivers and status information for multi-function device can be grouped together as a single Device Container which is then presented to the user in the new Devices and Printers Control Panel as a single unit.
Windows 7 supports File format transcoding of many popular formats. Dragging and dropping files onto a device automatically performs the necessary format transcoding if the format is supported.
Additional support for different format
Windows 7 supportsÂ media in MP4, MOV, 3GP, AVCHD, ADTS, M4A, and WTV multimedia containers. It got native codec’s for H.264, MPEG4-SP, ASP/DivX/Xvid, MJPEG, DV, AAC-LC, LPCM and AAC-HE. Yes, you read that right – QuickTime .MOV file support is now natively available in Windows 7 so you don’t need to install QuickTime. Another big plus is that it is supported under the X64 version of Windows 7 as well,
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