It is clear that Windows 7 is the newest release from the giant software maker Microsoft Windows. This operating system for computer is designed for personal computer like desktop, laptops, netbooks, tablet PCs, and media center PCs. The great thing from this operating system is its multi-touch support, there also other improvements including a redesigned Windows shell couples a new taskbar, and a home networking system entitled HomeGroup.
After the first release, this OS have been getting through several improvements and the proofs are presented by the arrival of some new features like touch enhancement and handwriting recognition, enhanced performance on multi-core processors, virtual hard disk support, DirectAccess, and kernel improvement.
Moreover, Windows Media Center is also upgraded into a new version with many gadget additions. In fact, many new items are being included into Control Panel. The previous name of Windows Security Center has been changed into Windows Action Center that provides you security and computer maintenance. Another significant addition is the RAW image format support and some vital abilities.
Speaking of the layout, you will find that the taskbar of this OS has gotten tremendous change like the Quick Launch Toolbar has been replaced with pinning applications to the taskbar. Besides the button for pinned applications have been integrated with the task buttons, you can use the task buttons to activate the Jump Lists feature.
There is another new button called Aero Peek. When Windows 7 is installed in touchscreen computing machine, this new button will be little bit seen wider as you are pressing your finger on it. The single click on this button allows all windows to minimize, whereas the second click will restore them.
Besides the Aero Peek, there is another latest given feature called Aero Snap. This button will automatically maximize particular window when it is dragged on the top of the screen.
Additionally, when there are more features added into this OS, a number of features also have been removed. The removed features include, Start Menu, some taskbar features, Windows Media Player Features, Windows Explorer features, Windows Ultimate Extras, and InkBall.