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Windows 7 Professional feature to feature comparison chart

Discussion in 'Software' started by UKDarkstar, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. UKDarkstar
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    Spotted this on a TechRepublic e-shot :

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    As one might expect from the newest version of the venerable operating system, Microsoft Windows 7 compares favorably with Windows Vista and Windows XP when it comes to numerous features. Windows expert, Greg Shultz, shows how those features compare between all three versions in a handy printable chart. Find out which features take Windows 7 above and beyond its predecessors.

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    Sorry to be a leech Kev but do you hve a direct link to the pdf?
     
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    Interesting that it includes a system imager in the backup utility (so did Vista apparently, but I never found that). I can't seem to find anyone that has been able to restore from a system image created in such a way due to the "recovery CD" not recognizing any USB/Firewire devices...
     
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    I like this comparison chart which seems to be designed to do little more than highlight how sh1te XP and Vista are...

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