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Posted by VdoCity Wednesday, October 26, 2011

FREE DOWNLOAD WINDOWS 7 FULL VERSION :- What if a new version of Windows is not trying to impress? What if, instead, tried to disappear, except when you need it? As an operating system without dazzling effects for low-profile, new useful features. Instead of throwing with alerts, warnings and requests, to try to stay out of his face. And if a package of applications that are not essential, it would dump 'em.

There is a what-if scenario. Windows 7, scheduled to arrive in new PCs and as a shrinkwrapped upgrade on October 22, has a minimalist feel and attempts to fix annoyances old and new. In contrast, Windows Vista offers a bold new interface, but its poor performance, compatibility traps, and the lack of attractive features and I regret that some people get better and others refuse to leave Windows XP.

Windows 7 is not perfect. Some features feel unfinished, others will realize their potential without heavy lifting by third parties. And some long-term discomfort intact. But overall, the final version of the transport that the test engine seems to be the worthy successor to Windows XP that Vista never was.

Microsoft Launching Windows 7 also roughly coincides with the launch of its new Apple Snow Leopard for a visual comparison of the two operating systems, see our presentation "Snow Leopard vs. Windows 7." Of course, an operating system can not be a winner if you convert a PC into a zippy slowpoke or cause installation nightmares. See "Performance Testing of Windows 7" Windows 7 performance test results, and "How to Upgrade to Windows 7" tips on the best way to install it. Read here for an in depth view of how Microsoft has changed its operating system - mostly for the better - in Windows 7.
Interface: The boss of New

The Windows experience occurs mostly in your taskbar - especially in the Start menu and system tray. Vista Start menu gave a welcome new design, in Windows 7, the taskbar and system tray to get a complete makeover.

[Click to enlarge] The new Windows taskbar, click the task bar for full-sized refurbished image.Windows 7 introduces several new features and gives users more control over how looks.The new Taskbar replaces the old small icons and text labels for running applications with large, unlabeled icons. If you can keep the icons directly, the new design reduces pain disorder taskbar. If you like, you can reduce the size of icons and / or bring the labels back.

In the past, you can get one-click access to programs by dragging the icons on the Quick Launch toolbar. Windows 7 Quick Start removes the folds of their abilities in the taskbar. Drag an application icon from the Start menu or desktop to the taskbar, and Windows will pin there, so you can launch the program, without delving into the Start menu. You can also arrange the icons on the taskbar by moving them to new positions.

To indicate that a particular application on the taskbar is running, Windows draws a box around the icon subtle - so subtle, in fact, to find out if the application is running can take a while, especially if your icon is between two icons of running applications.

In Windows Vista, passing the mouse over the icon in the taskbar application produces a thumbnail window view known as Live Preview. But when you have multiple windows open, you only see a preview at a time. Windows 7 version of this feature is more polished and more efficient: Place cursor over an icon, and thumbnails of the windows slide from the implementation of its position above the taskbar, so you can quickly find which you are seeking. (The process would be much simpler if the thumbnails were bigger and easier to decipher.)

Another novelty in the taskbar in Windows 7 is a feature called Jump Lists. These menus are similar to context-sensitive beings that you get when you right click within various Windows applications, except you do not have to be within an application to use. Internet Explorer 8 is the jump list, for example, lets you open the browser and load a new tab, log InPrivate stealth, or go directly to any of eight frequently visited Web pages. Microsoft can not provide applications Jump Lists, too, if their developers follow the guidelines for creating them.

Other settings of the Windows 7 interface are minor, yet so sensitive that you may wonder why Windows did not include from the beginning. Pushing a window to the left or right edge of the screen and will expand to fill half of your desktop. Pushing another on the opposite edge of the screen, and will expand to occupy the other half. That makes comparing two content windows "easy. If you push a window to the top of the screen, will be maximized to occupy all the screen real estate.

The far right edge of the taskbar now has a kind of knot, hover over it, and open windows become transparent, revealing the desktop below. (Microsoft calls this feature Aero look). Click in the thick and the windows slide off the road, giving you access to documents or applications that reside on the desktop and the doubling of the Show Desktop feature that uses home quick to offer.

Getting to your desktop may soon be even more important than it was in the past. That's because Windows 7 removes the sidebar, the portion of the screen space reserved for Windows Vista gadgets such as a photo viewer and weather applet. Instead of occupying the Sidebar, Gadgets now sit directly on the desktop, where they compete with other applications of precious screen space.

Old Tray, New Tricks: the taskbar in Windows 7 and Window settings are fine management. But his changes in the system tray - known as the Notification Area - have a huge positive effect.

[Click to enlarge] changes in the system tray, click full size in Windows 7 image.Changes transform the system tray from an intrusive eyesore (Windows Vista) into a useful set of shortcuts and other controls.In the past, it includes built-in windows in frustration more per square inch than the system tray. It quickly grew dense with utilities that users do not want first, and many of the uninvited guests used balloons and other intrusive methods to alert users to interesting facts at inopportune moments. At its worst, the applets on the system tray acted as belligerent occupants, and Windows did little to bring the users back in control.

In Windows 7, applets can not be upset because I spontaneously software installers can not get rid of them in the system tray. Instead, applets land in a pen that only appears when you click it, a much improved version of the overflow area used in previous incarnations of the tray. Applets in the pen can not text balloons float unless you permit it. It's a cinch to drag them to the system tray or off again, to enjoy complete control over which applets reside there.

More good news: Windows 7 largely dispenses with the flood of warnings text balloon operating system on the solution of problems, potential security problems, etc.. A new area called Action Center - a revamped version of Vista Security Center - queues alerts so that you can deal with them at your convenience. Action Center does not issue notifications of its own from the system tray, but you can close this out, if you do not want to bother you.

All this helps make Windows 7 the least distracting, least intrusive Microsoft operating system in a very long time. It is a great step forward from the days when Windows thought nothing of interrupting your work to inform him that he had detected unused icons on your desktop.



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