Ten Reasons to Upgrade to Windows 7 - Slide 10

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Need to run Windows XP due to some legacy OS or to run some potentially dangerous software without any risk to your PC? You can make use of Windows XP Mode to run, well, Windows XP as a virtual machine.

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So what are some of the practical things to like about Windows 7? Our Paul Mah works on Windows 7 Enterprise, and he's compiled this 10-point list of what he loves about it. You can find more details about each feature at Paul's blog.
Among Paul's favorite features are Aero Peek,  which quickly lets you peer past all open windows to look straight at the Windows 7 desktop, and the redesigned Taskbar, which makes getting an application icon onto the taskbar as simple as right-clicking on the icon and selecting "Pin to Taskbar." Voila, it magically appears.
One thing is for sure, you certainly won't find me switching back to Windows Vista or Windows XP.

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