Saturday, October 31, 2009

Windows 7 Tips

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Windows 7 Tips

Windows 7 is one of the most anticipated operating systems in recent memory due primarily to the many improvements it offers over the Vista operating system that it replaces. While many IT decision makers never even adopted Vista, many are impressed enough by all that Windows 7 has to offer that more and more say they will now replace Windows XP.

This paper provides a list of the top tips and tricks to ensure that you will get the most possible benefit from Windows 7 and ensure the switch is worth your time and effort:

  • Learn how to easily shuffle through and manage your windows more easily
  • Discover how to project your display and use multi-monitor window management
  • Find out how to aero peek your desktop, live clutter-free, and help the help desk help you

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