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Windows 7 Release Candidate a Workbook on Windows7

Windows 7 Release Candidate a Workbook on Windows7

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Windows7 Release Candidate (RC) is based upon customer feedback about Windows Vista. It has been introduced prior to the release of full version of Windows 7. There are many under the hood changes like bug fixes, compatibility fixes, performance improvements. Just go through some important aspects of its:
Windows7 Release Candidate (RC) is based upon customer feedback about Windows Vista. It has been introduced prior to the release of full version of Windows 7. There are many under the hood changes like bug fixes, compatibility fixes, performance improvements. Just go through some important aspects of its:

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Windows 7 ReleaseCandidate a Workbook onWindows7
Windows7 Release Candidate
(RC) isbased upon customer feedback aboutWindows Vista. It has been introducedprior to the release of full version of 
. There are many under thehood changes like bug fixes, compatibility fixes, performanceimprovements. Just go through some important aspects of its:
Windows Flip (ALT + TAB) with Aero Peek 
 The Aero Peek features of 
Windows7 Release candidate
helpsthe customers to confidently switch over from one window toanother and even compare two windows at a time. Thethumbnails look/behave the same way as the taskbar. When youmove the mouse over the thumbnails they too will exhibit thepeek behavior”. One can still quickly flip between and cyclethrough running windows using the ALT+TAB keys, but whenmore window information is needed Aero Peek will appear. This istriggered by a time delay as you pause while keyboardingthrough running windows.
Windows Logo + <#> keyboard shortcut 
Some additonal shortcut uses of keyboard will provides efficiencyto professional. Pressing Windows Logo + <#> (where <#>corresponds to an item’s order in Quick Launch) in Vista wouldsimply launch the item. These short-cuts will enable both releaseand launch of any application. For example, if IE wasn’t running inFig 1 then Windows Logo + 2 will launch the program (as it did inVista). If IE is running with a single window, the same shortcut willnow switch to the program. The magic really begins when IE isrunning with several windows or tabs—holding down the WindowsLogo and tapping the 2 key repeatedly will actually cycle throughthe open IE items off the taskbar (with Aero Peek, of course).Letting go simply switches to the corresponding window. Think of this as per-program ALT +TAB shortcut for the first 10 items on

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