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The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India:

Windows 7 Submitted To Submitted By Miss Seema Vyas Kunal Bhagyawani The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India

CERTIFICATE:

CERTIFICATE THIS TO CERTIFY THAT Mr. KUNAL BHAGYAWANI with CRO 0385250 has attened the Information Technology Training conducted by CIRC of ICAI branch of Ratlam successfully from: SEPTEMBER batch 2012 in accordance with the requirements of the CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS REGULATION ACT 1998……..

Acknowledgement:

A cknowledgement My sincere thanks to Miss Seema vyas & Mr. Aakash Khandekar for their kind guidance in successful completion of my presentation and all my dear friends….

What is Operating System?:

What is Operating System? An operating system is a program designed to run other programs on a computer. It is system software; act as an interface between hardware and user.

Layers of Operating System:

Layers of Operating System Hardware Operating system Application User

Six Basic Functions of OS:

Six Basic Functions of OS Schedule Jobs Manage Hardware & Software resources Maintain system security Enable multiple user resource sharing Handle interrupts Maintain usage records

Various Types of OS:

Various Types of OS WINDOWS XP WINDOWS VISTA WINDOWS 7.0

WINDOWS 7.0:

WINDOWS 7.0 It is the latest release of M icrosoft Windows , was released to manufacturing on July 22 , 2009, and reached general retail availability on October 22 , 2009.

What’s new in Windows 7:

What’s new in Windows 7 Improved taskbar and full screen previews Jump lists Better device management Better tablet PC support Theme packages reflect your style

Windows 7 Taskbar – Icons:

Face of your program Large and small icons Only customer can pin Color hot-track Windows 7 Taskbar – Icons

Windows 7 Taskbar – Custom Switchers:

Surface custom UI (e.g. TDI/MDI) Custom thumbnails for each window Appears in your program’s window list Windows 7 Taskbar – Custom Switchers

Windows 7 Taskbar:

Windows 7 Taskbar Enhanced Taskbar Jump Lists Thumbnail Toolbars Custom Switchers Icons Overlay Icons Progress Bars

More Natural User Interaction Overview:

More Natural User Interaction Overview Multi-touch, Ink, Speech Jump Lists Ribbon User Interface Libraries

Adaptive Display Brightness:

Adaptive Display Brightness The display on a typical mobile PC consumes more battery power than any other part of the computer. Windows 7 automatically reduces display brightness after a period of inactivity, much like cell phones do today. In addition, Windows 7 intelligently adapts to your activity. For example, if the screen dims after 30 seconds and you immediately move the mouse to brighten the display, Windows 7 will wait 60 seconds before dimming the display again.

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Improved taskbar and full-screen previews

Right-Click Mania:

Right-Click Mania In Windows 7, right-clicking may just be your secret friend. There are many ways the right-click can simplify your computing experience. Here are just a few: Right-click any empty spot in your desktop, and you have the control to change the screen resolution. Right-click any of the icons in the Taskbar to “Unpin this program from the Taskbar.” Right-click the Taskbar Explorer icon to access your most frequently used folders.

JUMPLISTS:

JUMPLISTS

Windows 7 Taskbar – Jump Lists:

Destinations (“nouns”) Tasks (“verbs”) Known categories Custom categories User Tasks Taskbar Tasks Pinned category Windows 7 Taskbar – Jump Lists

Windows 7 Taskbar – Jump Lists:

Mini Start Menu for your program Surface key destinations and tasks Customizable Accessible via right-click and via drag APIs use the name “Destination List” Windows 7 Taskbar – Jump Lists

Theme packages reflect your style:

Theme packages reflect your style

Better Tablet PC Support:

Better Tablet PC Support

Shake a Window to Minimize all other Windows:

Shake a Window to Minimize all other Windows

Quickly View Your Desktop Using Peek :

Quickly View Your Desktop Using Peek 1 2

Aero Peek Your Desktop:

Aero Peek Your Desktop A versatile tool introduced with Windows 7 is the Windows® Aero® feature, “Aero Peek”. Click the rectangle in the lower right hand corner of the task bar for quick access to your desktop. The keyboard shortcut +Space performs the same function. Aero Peek

Shuffling Through Program Windows:

Shuffling Through Program Windows Windows 7 allows you to switch through same program windows with ease. Example: running multiple documents in Microsoft Word Press down on the Ctrl key while clicking the icon from the taskbar. Each click will change the window to the next in the sequence, in the order that you opened them.

Compare Two Windows Side-by-Side :

Compare Two Windows Side-by-Side Snap helps you quickly resize windows for better viewing and easily compare two documents side-by-side. Here’s how it works: Drag the window to either side of your screen. When the mouse pointer hits the side of the screen, the window will snap to half of your screen. To expand a window vertically drag either the top or bottom border to the edge of your screen. When the mouse pointer hits the edge, the window will snap to maximize vertically while keeping the same width. + Left Arrow and + Right Arrow snap to half the screen + Up Arrow and + Down Arrow maximize and minimize + Shift +Up Arrow and + Shift + Down Arrow maximize and restore vertical size

Unveil Your Hidden Drives:

Unveil Your Hidden Drives See the drives that aren’t currently in use when you open My Computer. Click Computer → Alt to see the toolbar → Tools → Folder Options → View (tab) → Uncheck “Hide empty drives in the Computer folder.” And they magically appear!

Crunch The Numbers:

Crunch The Numbers The new Windows 7 calculator is a number cruncher’s dream. New functionality allows calculations in the following modes: Standard Scientific Programmer Statistics . And that’s not all! Conversion formulas are available for: Temperature Weight Area Time Templates for gas mileage, lease estimations, and mortgage estimations are available as well!

Live Clutter-Free:

Live Clutter-Free Windows 7 gets rid of all the superfluous windows behind your active window. Hit +Home to minimize all inactive windows. To restore the windows just press +Home again.

Desktops Gadgets (overview) :

Desktops Gadgets (overview)

Start Menu (Overview):

Start Menu (Overview) The Start Menu Search Box

WINDOWS GAMES:

WINDOWS GAMES

AERO FLIP 3D:

AERO FLIP 3D

STICKY NOTES:

STICKY NOTES

Sticky Notes Avoid Sticky Situations:

Sticky Notes Avoid Sticky Situations Instead of using paper, use Windows 7 Sticky Notes. Enjoy the variety of seven fun Sticky Note colors by right-clicking the note. Need another sticky note reminder? Click the + sign in the top left corner of the existing note to create a new one. To access Sticky Notes, run StikyNot.exe or click Start → All Programs → Accessories → Sticky Notes.

Snipping Tool:

Snipping Tool Using this nifty program, we can capture images of screen areas. We can annotate an image with handwritten notes, save it as an HTML, PNG, GIF, or JPEG file.

Absent Programs in Windows 7:

Absent Programs in Windows 7 Windows Live Messenger Windows Mail Windows Contacts Windows Calendar Windows Meeting Space

Translucent glass windows create depth on the desktop:

Translucent glass windows create depth on the desktop GLASS EFFECTS

Parts of Window:

Parts of Window Navigation pane Back and Forward buttons Toolbar Address bar Library pane Column headings The Search box Details pane

Windows Ribbon - Controls:

Categorized Menus Tabs & Groups Color Pickers Mini Toolbar & Contextual Menu Dropdown Galleries Tooltips Check Boxes Spinners Font Control Group Dialog Launchers “In-Ribbon” Galleries Combo Boxes Buttons & Split Buttons Windows Ribbon - Controls

Multi-Monitor Window Management:

Multi-Monitor Window Management Use multiple monitors conveniently in Windows 7. When working in multi-monitors, use the keyboard shortcuts + Shift+Left Arrow and + Shift+Right Arrow to toggle between monitors. The new window will keep its relative position to the top-left origin of the original.

Managing Your Windows:

Managing Your Windows Windows 7 simplifies document and program management by allowing you to “dock” a window or manipulate its size with one mouse maneuver or a simple keystroke. To dock your window on one half of the screen, drag it to the left or right and it will change its size to fit that half of the screen. To manipulate the vertical size of a window, drag the window to the top to maximize it, or double-click the window’s top or bottom border to maximize it vertically while keeping the same width. You can also perform all of these functions with keystrokes: +Left Arrow and + Right Arrow dock to half the screen +Up Arrow and + +Down Arrow maximize and minimize +Shift+Up Arrow and + Shift+Down Arrow maximize and restore vertical size.

Welcome Screen:

Welcome Screen The Welcome Screen is the scree that you use to log on to windows. It displays all of the accounts on the computer.

Authority over the Power Switch:

Authority over the Power Switch On the Windows 7 Start Menu, the default power option is a simple shut down. If you’d like a different action, you can easily change your default to Switch User, Log Off, Lock, Restart, or Sleep. Right-click the Start button, select Properties, and under the Start Menu tab, select the “Power Button Action” that suits you best.

HARDWRE REQUIREMENTS:

HARDWRE REQUIREMENTS Architecture 32-bit 64-bit Processor 1 GHz x86 processor 1GHz x86-64 processor Memory (RAM) 1 GB 2 GB Graphics Card DirectX 9 graphics processor with WDDM driver model 1.0 (Not absolutely necessary; only required for Aero) HDD free space 16 GB of free disk space 20 GB of free disk space Optical drive DVD drive (only to install from DVD/CD Media)

EDITIONS of WINDOWS 7:

EDITIONS of WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM HOME BASIC PROFESSIONAL ULTIMATE ENTERPRISE MEDIA PROFESSIONAL

Windows Media Player:

Windows Media Player

Now Playing Mode of Media player:

Now Playing Mode of Media player

Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player:

Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player

Windows Media Centre:

Windows Media Centre

Find a File or a Song You Want — Instantly :

Find a File or a Song You Want — Instantly Find just about anything on your PC – from programs and documents to songs – just by typing in a few letters of the program’s name, a word from a document, or a song title. You can even search external hard drives and other Windows 7-based PCs and servers on your home network. To find what you want: Click open the Start menu and start typing in the search box at the bottom of the menu, then, Select what you want from the list of search results which instantly appears. If it’s on your PC, Windows 7.booklet will find it.

Disk Defragmenter:

Disk Defragmenter

Improve performance by defragmenting your hard disk:

Improve performance by defragmenting your hard disk Fragmentation makes your hard disk do extra work that can slow down your computer. Removable storage devices such as USB flash drives can also become fragmented. Disk Defragmenter rearranges fragmented data so your disks and drives can work more efficiently. Disk Defragmenter runs on a schedule, but you can also analyze and defragment your disks and drives manually

Disk Cleanup:

Disk Cleanup To free up space on your hard disk, Disk Cleanup finds and then removes temporary files on your computer that you decide you no longer need.

Task Manager:

Task Manager You can also open Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete , and then clicking Start Task Manager

Performance Graphs:

Performance Graphs The Performance tab includes four graphs. The top two graphs show how much CPU is being used both at the moment and for the past few minutes. (If the CPU Usage History graph appears split, your computer either has multiple CPUs, a single dual-core CPU, or both.) A high percentage means that programs or processes are requiring a lot of CPU resources, which can slow your computer. If the percentage appears frozen at or near 100%, then a program might not be responding.

Control Panel:

Control Panel

Resources:

Resources Windows 7 Engineering Blog http://blogs.msdn.com/e7 MSDN Windows Developer Center http://msdn.microsoft.com/windows Channel 9 http://channel9.msdn.com/tags/Windows+7 Windows 7 Taskbar: Developer Resources http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Windows7Taskbar Windows Ribbon Framework: Developer Resources http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ScenicRibbon

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