The key is to keep your wits, to manage your resources carefully and to turn all that negative energy to your advantage. Do this and you, too, can survive the seven deadly sins of Windows 7.
- InfoWorld's Windows 7 Deep Dive PDF report
- Windows 7 RTM: The revenge of Windows Vista
- Hands-on video guide to Windows 7
- Video: The 20 top features in Windows 7
- Ready for Windows 7? How to deploy it right
- Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2: Joined at the hip
- Seven steps to securing Windows 7
- XP users: How to upgrade Windows 7
- Find out if your PC can run Windows 7
- Is Windows 7 really worth the investment?
- Windows 7 touch: Dead on arrival
- Windows 7 may mean fewer bargain netbooks
- Windows 7 drives RAM capacity explosion
- Top 10 features that Apple stole from Windows
- Top 10 features Microsoft stole from Mac OS X
- Windows Pulse: The real-world state of Windows
- Randall C. Kennedy's Enterprise Desktop blog
- J. Peter Bruzzese's Enterprise Windows blog
This story, "Mitigate the 7 Deadly Sins Found in Windows 7" was originally published by InfoWorld.