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Windows 7 is Microsoft’s highly anticipated successor to Windows Vista. With this release, Microsoft aimed to address user frustrations with Vista and hoped to give Windows XP users a reason to upgrade as well. Feedback has shown that enhancements to security, stability and usability have made Windows 7 a welcome platform for corporate users. These features can make it worth the investment. Read this new e-Book to learn more about why a Windows 7 upgrade can help your enterprise. Access >>>
Table of contents
- Top features in Windows 7
- Patch management frees up Tuesdays
- A glimpse at the Windows 7 interface
- Using Windows 7 troubleshooting devices
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