In the first in a 10-part series looking at the changes in Windows 7, our colleagues at InfoWorld take a look at the Installation changes in the OS. For the most part, the procedure is similar to Vista's, with the exception of setting up a "Home Group." Within this dialog, you can set up libraries and services (such as pictures, videos, music, printers and documents) that you want to share across your home network.

This story, "Hands-on Guide to Windows 7: Lesson 1" was originally published by InfoWorld.

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