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windows-7-ultimateAre you sitting on the fence an not sure whether to try Windows 7? Have you downloaded it, but feel a little lost? Are you using it and want to know about some of the new features? Or… do you just not care? If I just described you… speak up!

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15 thoughts on “Windows 7… What do YOU Want to Know?”

  1. Hunky Dork says:

    Bummer !
    There is no Windows Mail on Windows 7
    Or did I fail to find it?
    Hunky Dork

  2. Hunky Dork says:

    Bummer !
    There is no Windows Mail on Windows 7
    Or did I fail to find it?
    Hunky Dork

    1. Rich says:

      @Hunky Dork – I think you’ll need Windows Live Essentials; although, I haven’t looked into this yet.

  3. Hunky Dork says:

    Bummer !
    There is no Windows Mail on Windows 7
    Or did I fail to find it?
    Hunky Dork

    1. Rich says:

      @Hunky Dork – I think you’ll need Windows Live Essentials; although, I haven’t looked into this yet.

  4. Rich says:

    @Hunky Dork – I think you’ll need Windows Live Essentials; although, I haven’t looked into this yet.

  5. Hunky Dork says:

    I bet your’re right!
    HD

  6. Hunky Dork says:

    I bet your’re right!
    HD

  7. Hunky Dork says:

    I bet your’re right!
    HD

  8. Angie says:

    Rich, I have a feeling you may be right. With Vista, Windows Photo Gallery is included as part of the package, too (as we already know).

    It also looks like Windows 7 is a smaller download compared to Vista. So Windows Live Essentials may be something like extra added features that could be downloaded to use with Windows 7. I think that Windows Live Photo Gallery also includes panoramic stitching, which isn’t a feature that’s included with Vista’s Photo Gallery.

  9. Angie says:

    Rich, I have a feeling you may be right. With Vista, Windows Photo Gallery is included as part of the package, too (as we already know).

    It also looks like Windows 7 is a smaller download compared to Vista. So Windows Live Essentials may be something like extra added features that could be downloaded to use with Windows 7. I think that Windows Live Photo Gallery also includes panoramic stitching, which isn’t a feature that’s included with Vista’s Photo Gallery.

  10. Angie says:

    Rich, I have a feeling you may be right. With Vista, Windows Photo Gallery is included as part of the package, too (as we already know).

    It also looks like Windows 7 is a smaller download compared to Vista. So Windows Live Essentials may be something like extra added features that could be downloaded to use with Windows 7. I think that Windows Live Photo Gallery also includes panoramic stitching, which isn’t a feature that’s included with Vista’s Photo Gallery.

  11. Steve Shoreman says:

    Quote:- “Are you sitting on the fence an not sure whether to try Windows 7? Have you downloaded it, but feel a little lost? Are you using it and want to know about some of the new features? Or… do you just not care? If I just described you… speak up!” …..
    Lost?? I was a little “lost” when I first tried Vista AFTER using XP-Pro actually!! Windows 7 seems more like a natural progression from Xp, more than it is a progression from Vista, that’s how W7 “feels” to me! There’s NOTHING to feel “lost” about with windows 7 at all, as it’s “user friendly” on ALL fronts! …. IMHO!!

  12. Steve Shoreman says:

    Quote:- “Are you sitting on the fence an not sure whether to try Windows 7? Have you downloaded it, but feel a little lost? Are you using it and want to know about some of the new features? Or… do you just not care? If I just described you… speak up!” …..
    Lost?? I was a little “lost” when I first tried Vista AFTER using XP-Pro actually!! Windows 7 seems more like a natural progression from Xp, more than it is a progression from Vista, that’s how W7 “feels” to me! There’s NOTHING to feel “lost” about with windows 7 at all, as it’s “user friendly” on ALL fronts! …. IMHO!!

  13. Steve Shoreman says:

    Quote:- “Are you sitting on the fence an not sure whether to try Windows 7? Have you downloaded it, but feel a little lost? Are you using it and want to know about some of the new features? Or… do you just not care? If I just described you… speak up!” …..
    Lost?? I was a little “lost” when I first tried Vista AFTER using XP-Pro actually!! Windows 7 seems more like a natural progression from Xp, more than it is a progression from Vista, that’s how W7 “feels” to me! There’s NOTHING to feel “lost” about with windows 7 at all, as it’s “user friendly” on ALL fronts! …. IMHO!!

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