Windows 7 is an operating system created by Microsoft as the successor to Windows Vista. It includes a number of new features including a new user interface, improved boot times, tweaks to the User Access Control security system, updates to built in applications such as the calculator and much more.
In order to test the operating system before it was released, a Windows 7 beta version was released to the public. The beta version of Windows 7 has since expired, and anyone still running it will have their PC shutdown every two hours.
This guide provides a number of tips for those looking to test Windows 7, as well as presenting the new features in Windows 7 in more detail.
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