For many years PC users were satisfied with using the operating system Windows XP. Computer users were so satisfied that Windows kept that operating system for a number of years until Vista came out. Vista could only be described as a disaster for Windows. Computer users switched from XP to Vista and back again—the operating system was that bad. Now Windows is giving it another try with the release of Windows 7.
Windows 7 is promised to be better, faster and more user friendly than the other previous operating systems. It will also be more compatible with wireless internet users. Even though that is what Windows claims Windows 7 has, it never hurts to take a closer look at some of the benefits that are being offered by a new operating system. Here is a look at some of the benefits that come with making the switch to Windows 7.
Easier Assess to Files and Programs. Windows 7 has new features like the Pin and Jump Lists that allow users to be able to keep files and programs at their fingertips. Just a click of the Pin or Jump List will draw up a number of programs the user listed. There is no longer a need to have to search for frequently used programs.
Accelerated Speed. Windows 7 has been developed with accelerated features that allow the computer to work faster when computer uses need it most. Some of the accelerated features include faster response time getting out of standby mode or sleep mode and starting up faster when the computer is booted up.
Multiple Computer Connections. Computers that have Windows 7 on it can easily connect with each other. This makes it easier to transfer files from one computer to another. These easy connections also make it easier to print documents from one computer to another as the printer can easily be set up to connect with any Windows 7 computer.