Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Haja Peer Mohamed H

Whats New In Windows 7 | Part 2

What To Look For In Windows 7? 
The best approach is to start by throwing away preconceptions from earlier Windows versions and approach the new OS with an open mind. That's the best way to decide whether to incorporate Windows 7 into your home or business PCs. In this gallery, I highlight some features you'll want to pay special attention to.  Continuved From - Whats New In Windows 7 [Part 1]

Resource Monitor Provides More Details
This diagnostic tool was introduced in Vista and gets a major overhaul in Windows 7. On the CPU tab, for instance, you can drill down into details about exactly which Registry keys and modules are being used by a running process, including system services. The graphs on the right let you spot performance issues at a glance.
Action Center Consolidates Alerts
Action Center is a completely new feature in Windows 7, designed to consolidate various alerts and status messages into a single location. In this view, you can see a pair of color-coded alerts. I’ve expanded the Maintenance section to show options that are normally hidden.
An Onscreen Keyboard For Touch Typists
Alas, fully functional multi-touch drivers aren’t available yet, but even the basic drivers enable tablet and touch functions that are significantly improved from Vista (and light-years ahead of XP Tablet PC Edition 2005). Note the automatic spelling suggestions at the top of the keyboard here. Imagine this interface on a small, light netbook with a touch screen.
Aero Peek In Action:
In this shot, I have three Windows Explorer windows open at once. When I point to the Windows Explorer icon on the taskbar, it displays these live previews. Pointing to the first preview, as I’ve done here, brings that window to the front and hides all others, leaving “wire frames” where they are located. Click once more to switch to the window, or move the mouse away to return to where you were.
Also Read : Whats New In Windows 7 [Part 1]

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