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It's designed for faster and more reliable performance, so your PC just works the way you want it to. With 64-bit support, you can take full advantage of the latest powerful PCs. And great features like HomeGroup, Windows Media Center, and Windows Touch make new things possible. Why the name “Windows 7”? Slide 4: User Account Control: In Vista, you could have this protection either on or off and in Windows 7 there's a slider control between "always notify" and "never notify," allowing you to find a personal setting that fits you. New features include a Bluetooth File Transfer Wizard that lets you share files between two computers. There's also Sticky Notes, similar to an application on Mac OS X, that allows quick notes to be "pasted" over the desktop; there's even a corkboard to post your notes for easy review. A new accessibility feature is the Windows Key: the plus key give the screen an instant zoom, and the minus key returns the resolution to the normal size. Unique Feature for Window 7 Slide 6: Comparison Windows 7 and Window Vista Slide 7: Windows simpler to use, more responsive, and full of new possibilities. A better desktop. Windows 7 gets you around your PC faster than ever. The taskbar has bigger buttons and full-sized previews—and you can pin programs to it for one-click access. Jump Lists provide shortcuts to files, folders, and websites. And Snap, Peek, and Shake give you easy (and fun) new ways to juggle all those open windows. Smarter search. Type in the Start menu search box, and you'll see results instantly, grouped by category—documents, pictures, music, e‑mail, and programs. Search in a folder or library, and you can fine-tune your search with filters like date or file type—and use the preview pane to peek at the contents of your results. 10 reasons to buy Windows 7 Slide 8: 3. Easy sharing with HomeGroup. Sharing files and printers on your home network should be simple. Connect two or more PCs running Windows 7, and with a minimum of fuss you can start sharing music, pictures, videos, and documents with other people in your home. 4. Built for speed. Windows 7 has key performance improvements to take up less memory and run background services only when you need them. It's designed to run your programs faster and to sleep, resume, and reconnect to wireless networks quicker. And with 64-bit support, you can take full advantage of the latest in powerful 64-bit PCs. Slide 9: 5. Better wireless networking. Connecting to wireless networks on your laptop—formerly a bit of a hassle—now takes just a couple of clicks. Choose from the list of available networks in the taskbar, click one, and then connect. Once you've connected to a network, Windows will remember it so you can connect again later automatically. 6. Windows Touch. Use your fingers to browse the web, flip through photos, and open files and folders on a touchscreen PC—for the first time, Windows includes true multi touch technology. With gestures for zooming, rotating, and even right-clicking, it's a whole new way to work with your PC. Slide 10: 7. Plays well with devices. Device Stage, a new feature in Windows 7, works like a home page for things like portable music players, smartphones, and printers. When you plug a compatible device into your PC, you'll see a menu with information and popular tasks like battery life, how many photos are ready to be downloaded, and printing options. 8. Media streaming. With new features in Windows Media Player 12, you can enjoy your media library around the house—or around town. Play To lets you stream music, videos, and photos from your PC to your stereo or TV (you may need additional hardware). And with Remote Media Streaming, you can even stream media over the Internet from one computer running Windows 7 to another that's miles away. Slide 11: 9. TV and movies on your PC. Internet TV, part of Windows Media Center, gathers programming from sites all over the Internet—shows, sports highlights, video podcasts, and more. Add a TV tuner, and your PC becomes a digital video recorder you can use to watch, pause, and record live TV. 10. Nag-free notifications. Action Center, new in Windows 7, puts you in control of maintenance and security messages. You can turn notifications on or off for things like Windows Defender or User Account Control. If Windows needs your attention, you'll see a notification on the far right of the taskbar. Click it, and you'll get suggested fixes for any problems. Slide 12: Note:- Not all features mentioned above are available in all editions of Windows 7. Flavors of Windows 7 : Flavors of Windows 7 Windows Vista product lineup consist of 6 versions :- 2 for Business; 3 for Consumers; 1 for Emerging Markets Windows 7 Enterprise Windows 7 Home Professional Windows 7 Home Basic Windows 7 Home Premium Windows 7 Ultimate Windows 7 Starter Minimum hardware requirements for Windows 7 : Minimum hardware requirements for Windows 7 Security : Security Action Center (new) Consolidates alerts from Security Center - Problem, Reports, and Solutions - Windows Defender - Windows Update - Diagnostics - Network Access Protection - Backup and Restore - Recovery - User Account Control AppLocker (new) Restrict program execution on user desktops based on publisher signature Biometrics(New) Supports fingerprint reader Smart card support (improved) DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) support (new) Prevents DNS spoofing and other malicious activities Slide 17: From driver support to multitouch groundwork for the future, from better battery management to the most user-friendly interface Microsoft has ever had, Windows 7 Slide 18: Thank You You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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