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Features coming with Windows 7

As you now know, Windows 7 is being officially called… Windows 7. Microsoft has been pretty tight on leaks up to now so we haven’t had a great deal of information about […]

Microsoft announces name for next Windows OS: It's Windows 7

Windows 7 was the codename for the next Microsoft operating system. That's what the Microsoft engineers and representatives never failed to mention when they were giving away information about the upcoming Windows […]

Microsoft To Cut Standard Applications from Windows 7

In a somewhat surprising move Microsoft confirmed to Cnet that the upcoming Windows 7 operating system will not make use of preinstalled email, photo editing and movie making applications that were included […]

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Windows Media Player Light

Whenever Microsoft sends out a new version of their upcoming operating system Windows 7 to their partners they can be sure that someone will post information about it soon thereafter publicly on […]

Windows 7 M3 Screenshots

Microsoft is still using the Windows 7 codename for their upcoming operating system. The company recently released the M3 build of Windows 7 to selected partners and first screenshots of changes in […]

Windows 7 Wishlist

As you know by now, I’d be the first to defend Vista. I personally feel it is the best OS available at this point in time and I’ve spent the last 9 […]

Multi-Touch support in Windows 7

What Microsoft has officially shown of Windows 7 is not much and their extremely tight-lipped approach has led to some confusion and false rumors in the past. The D6 Conference took place […]

Windows 7 Features Video

Windows 7 News posted an interesting video about some of the upcoming features in Microsoft's next operating system Windows 7. The video is showing some of the new features that have already […]

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First Legit Windows 7 Screenshots?

We all read the news that Windows 7 is expected in late 2009 and that first milestone releases are send out to partners for testing purposes. Microsoft is very secretive about features and layout of the Windows Vista successor and does not publish any information regarding the new operating system.