Now that Microsoft has made the Windows 7 beta available for public download, many people are trying to figure out what's new and different. And many others not willing to risk their PCs by installing a beta OS are curious, too. (Thinking of installing the beta yourself? Use InfoWorld's free Windows Sentinel applet to see if it's compatible with Windows 7.)
Either way, I've put together 10 video tours of Windows 7, explaining what's added, remove, and changed in 10 areas that business users and IT care about. The short videos are quick lessons on what you can expect when Windows 7 ships later this year or early next year.
Lesson 1: Installation changes
Lesson 2: New desktop features
Lesson 3: The new Superbar and Aero features
Lesson 4: Application enhancements
Lesson 5: The Action Center and UAC settings
Lesson 6: Display and device improvements
Lesson 7: New networking features
Lesson 8: Control Panel applets
Lesson 9: Notable features for IT admins
Lesson 10: Libraries and searching
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