Sunday, May 31, 2009

bench3

Whats New In Windows 7 Part 7

How To Approach 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 PC. In this gallery, I highlight some features you'll want to pay special attention to. Continuved From - Whats New In Windows 7 Part 6.

XP Mode In Action
With business editions of Windows 7, you can install an add-on that allows you to run Windows XP in a virtual machine. Any application you install on that virtual copy of XP is published to your Start menu. Using the shortcuts shown here, you can open a program running under XP on the Windows 7 desktop.
XP Apps On A Windows 7 Desktop
With business editions of Windows 7, you can install an add-on that allows you to run Windows XP in a virtual machine. Any application you install on that virtual copy of XP is published to your Start menu. Using the shortcuts shown here, you can open a program running under XP on the Windows 7 desktop.
Virtual PC Settings
Although XP Mode gets all the attention, the work is being done by a new version of Windows Virtual PC. If you’ve got enough memory (and if your CPU supports hardware virtualization and that option is enabled in the BIOS), you can create multiple virtual machines for different tasks. The settings here are for the included, licensed copy of Windows XP.
XP Mode Isn’t Perfectly Seamless
Although XP Mode does a good job of hiding its virtual roots most of the time, they do pop up occasionally. Confusing dialog boxes like the two shown here might appear when you’re not even aware a virtual machine is running.
Joining A Homegroup
Homegroups are a fascinating (and potentially confusing) feature available only between Windows 7 PCs connected over a local area network. When you attach a new PC to a network that already has a homegroup set up, you’re prompted to join, with the option to adjust sharing as shown here.

bench3

About bench3 -

Haja Peer Mohamed H, Software Engineer by profession, Author, Founder and CEO of "bench3" you can connect with me on Twitter , Facebook and also onGoogle+

Subscribe to this Blog via Email :