Microsoft has finally released Windows 7, the long awaited Windows operating system that will replace the infamous Windows Vista, and hopefully put Windows XP to a well deserved retirement. Microsoft has put a lot of effort in Windows 7 to make it a better operating system. Unlike Windows Vista, Windows 7 is available for desktops, notebooks, and netbooks.
Where to Buy Original Windows OS
Windows 7 is available in three major versions, the Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate.
Windows 7 comes with a new taskbar that makes managing lots of open programs and browser windows a breeze. Windows 7 allows you pin programs you use often to the taskbar, making them accessible in just a click. The Aero Peek feature gives you a quick access to your desktop, just hover the mouse at the right edge of the toolbar. This eliminates the need to minimize your applications when you want to look at the desktop.
Windows 7 features multi-touch, which is likely to make touchscreen PCs more popular. Windows 7 Touch makes PCs with touchscreens easier and more intuitive to use.
Windows 7 promises better user experience with new navigation features and an improved taskbar. Windows 7 is also faster: boots faster, resumes from sleep faster, runs faster, and surfs faster. IE 8 also promises a more secure web experience. With Windows Media Centre, you can turn your PC into a TV.
Pricing of Windows 7:
- Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium upgrade – $108.49
- Windows 7 Home Premium Family pack (3-user) – $153.95
- Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium – 169.99 USD
- Microsoft Windows 7 Professional upgrade – $157.88
- Microsoft Windows 7 Professional – $254.45
- Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate upgrade – $172.95
- Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate – $260.65
Learn more about Windows 7 OS at the www.jumia.com.ng.