Understanding "Five pillars of Windows 7"

“The Five Pillars of Windows 7“ series posts that Bryant over at AeroXP is currently writing reveals and discusses a lot of interesting tidbits about the next version of Windows. The information presented is highly interesting and encouraging for any Windows enthusiast, but one could easily become tangled in the web of optimism. To shed some […]

“The Five Pillars of Windows 7“ series posts that Bryant over at AeroXP is currently writing reveals and discusses a lot of interesting tidbits about the next version of Windows. The information presented is highly interesting and encouraging for any Windows enthusiast, but one could easily become tangled in the web of optimism.

To shed some light on the matter, the information Bryant sources actually comes from the “Windows Feedback Button” that is in the current builds of Windows 7. This tool allows users to leave their thoughts on the Windows 7 experience categorized by a list of “pillars” and “scenarios” as predefined by Microsoft. With each scenario is a brief description of what it is about. For example:

If you actually compare what’s described in the screenshots above with what appears on AeroXP.org, you’d notice a difference, they are not the same descriptions[…]

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Windows 7, Windows Seven, WinMin