The new Taskbar - this is the feature that people use most often. It combines the former "Ouick Launch" toolbar with the usual "Taskbar", offering only one place from where you can launch both applications, or switch between them.
User Account Control - this is Microsofts way to keep your PC safe from hackers, spam and phishing attacks. Every time you run a program and try to change something in System Files or Registry, a pop up windows appears asking if you allow or deny that action. The good thing about UAC is that in the Windows 7 version its customizable: you can change one up to four settings. In Vista you had it or you didnt.
Jump List - when right clicking on the large icons on the "new Taskbar ", a menu appears containing the most used applications. Also, you have the possibility to choose between actions.
Networking - the most valuable addition to Networking is the "HomeGroup" feature. The new "HomeGroup" was created to make the sharing of files, folders or printers easier. The "HomeGroup" is protected by a password and you can set what files, folders and devices you want to share. With this new UI features on top of the performance updates, Microsoft manages to gain the trust of the users or better said to regain that trust!
Windows 7 is the latest OS released in 2009 by Microsoft which comes as a replacement of the previous, more problematic OS: Windows Vista. According to many users and specialists, Windows 7 is what Vista should have been a few years ago. Although, Microsoft was focused on performance when developing the new OS, it didnt forget about features. Therefore Windows 7 is not only a better performer and more user-friendly than Vista, but also has some new glossy features which you can check out below:
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