Saturday, October 24, 2009

Get your PCs ready for Windows 7

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Get your PCs ready for Windows 7

Companies will begin migrating to Windows 7 in 2010. Yet many of these same companies have slowed their PC refresh rate during the last year, leaving them with an older PC fleet. Running new OS on aging hardware could be a losing proposition, both in terms of productivity and costs.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast to learn the true costs of older PCs on the bottom line and why refreshing older PCs now would be the msot proficient way to prepare for Windows 7.

Are your PCs ready for Windows 7?
Wednesday November 18th, 2009
1:00 PM ET | 10:00 AM PT | 17:00 GMT

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Topics to be addressed:

  • Performance benchmarks of Windows 7 running on
    older and newer PCs
  • The benefits of running Windows 7 on a PC optimized
    for this new OS

Register TODAY to participate on Wednesday November 18th, 2009!

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