What capabilities do Windows 7 have?
A friend said it's worth a lot of money,and have a lot of funtions.
I am trying to get some informatiom about it before i buy one.
One thing it did was ...it brought my computer out of a corruption and restored it.What is it's integrity?
here some nice features:
Pin programs to the taskbar. Pin files to Jump Lists. Just like tacking notes on a bulletin board, you can use pin to keep the things you need close at hand.
o and Jump Lists
Got a file, photo, or website you use a lot? Open it in two clicks. Jump Lists keep the most recent things you've used handy for faster access than ever.
o to keep the programs and files you use the most right at your fingertips.
Easily create and share movies—create great looking movies oo and slideshows and share them on YouTube in minutes.
Manage open windows more easily—resize and arrange
Size and arrange windows by simply dragging their borders to the edges of your screen. Instantly expand to full screen and back, or arrange two windows side by side.
o windows simply by dragging their borders to the edge of your screen.
Connect to networks easily—view and connect to any available wireless network
View Available Networks
On the go? Find and connect to Wi-Fi, mobile broadband, VPN, or dial-up networks with just a couple clicks.
o in as few as three clicks.
Quickly find what you’re looking for—use Windows Search oo to find a specific file, program, or e-mail in a few seconds.
Do more and wait less—improvements that can accelerate sleep and resume
Sleep and Resume
Windows 7 is designed to help your PC sleep and resume more quickly. It's easier to put your PC away and to get back to what you were doing when you're ready.
o and make your PC more responsive oo help you get more done.
Share files and printers among multiple PCs—from one Windows 7-based PC to another, you can share files, music, photos, and even printers oo across your home network.
Don't leave programs behind—run many Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP Mode.
Get all the benefits of Windows 7 and continue to leverage your investments in older business and productivity programs that require a PC running Windows XP. Note: Windows XP Mode requires a download.
Stay entertained effortlessly—with Windows Media Center oo you get one place to enjoy your photos and music, watch and record live TV, and watch free Internet TV.
Offers your PC better protection—help keep your PC,
Backup and Restore
Now you can easily configure and schedule regular backups of your important files like photos and financial records—just in case.o your information, oo and your family oo safe.
Wow, I was just wondering about Window 7 myself. Lgali is good!!
Thinks for your time and your most extended answer.
You have been a great help.
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