Microsoft has come with Windows 7 as an evolution, if not as a
revolution in appearance, it has promising features to offer better
performance, better drivers, powerful universal search and hardware
compatibility.

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Windows 7 review is a must read subject to understand the best of it as
Microsoft has always come with something astonishing as well as
beneficial. There are various aspects to be considered as reviews such
as:

Installation – Windows 7 is identical to the Windows Vistas and
navigates through few questions about the place the user wants it
installed and lets the grind out. It takes nearly 17 minutes to finish
the question period to this impressive feat.

Desktop – The operating system retains glassy window style, and other
holdovers that the users can notice immediately such that there is a
change in the taskbar, as it is slightly taller now accommodating
squared off icons. Every program that is open gets an icon, yet the
user can pick favorites to suspend to the bottom, even if it is not in
use such that it looks identical to the earlier Windows. However, this
assists in reducing the visual untidiness coming from the program
titles of the taskbar, and it also allows turning to the icon-based
system by shrinking the taskbar to its original size.

New and improved taskbar – Microsoft has introduced new Aero Peek
features for any necessary details to be filled, and hovering over an
icon will result in showing separate thumbnails for every window within
the program with labels above them. This takes the user one step ahead
as it conceals other windows and shows only one question that the user
is dealing with. Right-clicking on the taskbar icons facilitates in
getting Jump Lists and these are shortcut lists relating to these
programs.

Snap feature – The snap feature turned to be an unexpectedly smart
addition to the Windows 7 as it facilitates grabbing any window and
dragging it to the left or right edge such that it automatically
resizes to half the screen. This makes browsing easy on two screens
such that they can be compared at a stretch and typed in word next
using a browser window, and so on. On completion of work, merely
dragging the window to a position brings it to the old size, and these
snapping options is akin to the freeware AllSnap offers.

Windows 7 new feature – The feature of Windows desktop allows working
easier as the new personalization menu brings an array of built-in
themes, besides switching them by screensavers, swapping backgrounds
and determining its opacity using a slider. Hard drives, webcams and
thumb drives will be detected automatically and the pane alongside will
show connected items such as keyboards, mouse and Wi-Fi adapters.

Game Time – The real Microsoft test is when it wins over gamers, and is
not disappointing as it has come with improved gaming performances.
Running games such as MotoGP and Crysis on Windows 7 encounters no
issues, and even with maxed settings everything goes smoothly without
any hiccup.

Some Hiccups – The dazzling experience of Windows 7 is amazing, yet few
zingers are that on changing themes, the taskbar icons stopped working
until the windows were reopened. The pro includes painless
installation, fast boot times, excellent gaming performance and clutter
free taskbar, while the cons are that some users crave for more
customization. Such minor inconveniences are feltScience Articles, but nothing
significant is observed to diminish the experience of installing
Windows 7.