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Post Microsoft posts 140-page Windows 7 Product Guide - 10-28-2009, 05:57 AM

Microsoft posts 140-page Windows 7 Product Guide - Ars Technica

The software giant has posted the Windows 7 Product Guide on the Microsoft Download Center (XPS: 30.5MB, PDF: 62.0MB). At 140 pages, it's the most comprehensive official document on Windows 7 we've yet seen come out of Redmond that isn't full of technical jargon.

It has three major sections. The introduction describes how Microsoft designed Windows 7, what editions of Windows 7 are available, and what is new. The second section, Windows 7 for You, goes over features in Windows 7 that simplify everyday tasks, work the way you want, and make new things possible. The last section, Windows 7 for IT Professionals, explains how Windows 7 can make people productive anywhere, manage risk though enhanced security and control, and reduce costs by streamlining PC management. It also has an overview of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack that details how the set of applications can help companies get to a more managed and optimized desktop.

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Default 10-29-2009, 05:36 PM

Thank you for the link... I am downloading it now!

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