Microsoft commercially released an operating system called “Windows 7” in October 2009. Windows 7 is known as “Vienna” and “Black-Comb” in development. This Windows is built on top of the Vista kernel, but there are many differences between Windows 7 and Vista, such as faster boot times, the addition of Internet Explorer 8, and much more.
Microsoft Windows 7 is available in three different commercial editions, worldwide and they are Windows 7 Ultimate, Professional, and Premium editions. Additionally, OEM, Starter, and Enterprise editions are also available in different markets.
Windows 7 Features
Compared to Vista, Windows 7 is designed for speed. It provides a more lively and responsive feel because Microsoft has spent a lot of time and effort to get the best response from the start menu.
If you drag a window onto the side screen, it can be automatically pasted to one side, filling half the screen. Also, move to the top to maximize the screen. Also, just click on the bottom right, everything will be minimized and you will see the desktop.
Touch ability is one of the coolest visual features in this Windows. However, it is only available for touchscreens and tabs. This feature provides a new way to interact with computers.
Four. Direct access for mobile workers
This feature allows IT administrators to distribute software updates and update Group Policy settings simply by connecting any mobile device to the Internet. Additionally, the DA supports encryption and multi-factor authentication.
5. Branch cache
It also provides WAN optimization with the help of more efficient use of local and read-only caches.
6. Bit-Locker to go
Windows 7 also extends key management and disk encryption techniques to portable storage devices.
7. Virtual hard disk support
Like a physical drive, you can mount and interact with a virtual hard drive.
8. Business search
This Windows extends search to remote document repositories, web applications, and SharePoint websites.
9. Enhanced VDI
It allows administrators to use the same master image for remote clients using the traditional desktop as well as infrastructure desktop computers.
10. Application locker
Windows 7 allows IT administrators to use group policy to specify rules about what software applications can run on the desktop of individual users.
eleven. XP mode
Allows all older applications that were designed for Windows XP to use a virtualized version of the XP operating system.
Win 7 requirements
To function well, Windows 7 requires at least 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of free hard disk space, DirectX 9 graphics device, and 1 GHz processor.
How does Windows 7 work?
The trial version of this Windows is only for 30 days and after this you have to buy Windows.
So, what are you waiting for? Install this window today and you will surely forget about the old Windows.
Finally, you can enjoy Windows 7 on your computer. Although Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and even Windows 10 are available in the market these days, Windows 7 users don’t want to switch to another Windows due to its amazing features.