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  • 1. A Guided Tour of
    Windows 7
    Professor Corinne Hoisington
    Central VA Community College
    hoisingtonc@cvcc.vccs.edu
  • 2. Windows 7
    October 22, 2009
  • 3. Japan
    777 YEN
  • 4. Available
    Now
    ISBN - 9780538750400
  • 5.
  • 6. Fast
    Boot Up
    User friendly
    Price
    Compatibility
    Device Detection
  • 7. Specifications
    Already on Academic Alliance
  • 8.
  • 9. TRANSITIONAL PAGE
    Dual Release???
  • 10. Paint with Ribbons
  • 11. How Different?
  • 12. Different Approach
    Very “Mac”ish
    Peek
    Windows 7 New TaskBar
  • 13.
  • 14. Adaptive Power
    for
    Longer
    Battery
    Life
  • 15. Device Stage
  • 16. Action Center
    The Action Center consolidates alerts from 10 Windows features, including Security Center and Windows Defender.
  • 17.
    • Computers must be running Windows 7 to participate in a homegroup.
    • 18. Homegroups are only available on Home networks
    Location-aware printing: Click print and the system will pick the printer closest to you!
    Homegroup Feature
  • 19. Snap
    Feature
    Snap Feature
  • 20. Jump List
    New Term
    Right Click on the Icon on the Taskbar to view a Jump List
  • 21. Sticky Notes
  • 22.
    • Windows 7 Home PremiumThe follow-up to Vista Home Premium. It should be the most popular version sold in the USA and the one most home users will end up with.
    • 23. Windows 7 ProfessionalThis version replaces Vista Business. The name clearly recalls XP Professional and it will have business features that Home Premium doesn’t.
    Windows 7 UltimateUltimate is unchanged–it’s for home buyers who want all the features available and don’t mind spending extra for them. A big feature is BitLocker drive encryption.
    • Windows 7 EnterpriseThis basically is the same as Ultimate, but it is for high volume licenses.
    • 24. Windows 7 Starter EditionA crippled version that can only run three programs at once (open programs, not background ones). Available worldwide, but only preinstalled. This is the version you’ll probably be seeing on netbooks. No Aero.
    • 25. Windows 7 Home BasicSort of like Home Premium but without Aero. It’s only available in emerging markets.
    Versions
  • 26. Themes
  • 27. Upgrade Anytime
    Using Windows Anytime Upgrade, you can upgrade from one edition of Windows 7 to another edition of Windows 7 and add features to Windows, such as Windows Media Center or networking capabilities. All it takes is about 10 minutes.
    There’s no Windows installation disc, either. Get the upgrade online or at a computer retail store, and unlock your new features using just an upgrade key—with no changes to your current files and settings.
  • 28.
  • 29. Multi-Touch Windows 7
  • 30. Template Provided By
    www.animationfactory.com
    500,000 Downloadable PowerPoint Templates, Animated Clip Art, Backgrounds and Videos
  • 31. So What do You Think?
  • 32.
  • 33.
  • 34. Available
    Now
    ISBN - 9780538750400
    Please e-mail questions
    apg.events@cengage.com
    Next Office 2010 Webinar – Dec 2 1:00 EST
    Corinne Hoisington hoisingtonc@cvcc.vccs.edu

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