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[TechRepublic] 10 tweaks to make Windows 7 even better

April 15, 2009

10 tweaks to make Windows 7 even better

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Windows 7 appears to be a crowd pleaser among the IT pros who have been kicking its beta tires -- including Deb Shinder. But even though she's impressed with the new OS, she's already discovered several ways to improve it.

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