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Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 interface

Windows 8 start interface, which was new at the time, split people's minds: Many users found it bad, only a minority found something positive about it. Under Windows 10, the on-board means is presented in a revised form - the properties of the tried and tested Windows 7 and more modern Windows 8 counterparts are combined with one another. List entries meet in the menu on the left and tiles on the right. As with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 (.1), it is advisable to adapt the start menu: This will make it clearer and increase its usefulness. In the following you will also find nostalgia tips. Replace Windows Start Menu with Open Shell Menu If you want the Windows 7 Start menu back, you need Open Shell Menu. As long as the tool is running, an alternative start menu

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Windows 7 key features that make it attractive to IT Pros

User expectations for information technology and IT professionals are very high today. Currently, from IT professionals expect of all used about lshih opportunities and greater flexibility while minimizing costs and risks. Windows 7 gives IT professionals the flexibility and flexibility they need to meet the diverse needs of end users and the ability to easily manage those capabilities. Benefits for IT professionals include high user productivity, increased security, and simplified management of personal computers. The Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP), updated at least once a year, helps you optimize your organization's desktop infrastructure and flexibly adapt to your business needs. The following are some of the key features of Windows 7 that make it attractive to IT p...

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Few More New Surprising Features in windows- multitask on your PC

Move quickly between virtual desktops Do you want to multitask on your PC?  In Windows 10, Microsoft finally provided native access to virtual desktops.  Now you can really multitask . To try it, click View Tasks (the icon next to the search box).  This will separate all open windows and apps into icons.  You can then drag one of them to the location marked "New Desktop" to create a new virtual desktop.  This allows you to separate work apps, personal apps and social media into different desktops. When you click on the task view, you can switch between virtual desktops by pressing the Windows key + Ctrl + right/left arrows.  To remove a virtual desktop, simply go back to the task view and delete the individual virtual desktops. The apps contained in that desktop are then transferr

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