Windows 7 fixes six Vista annoyances

This post show you six specific annoyances from Windows Vista that are fixed in Windows 7. Each one represents an easier, more efficient way to accomplish a common task. Collectively, they constitute some pretty persuasive evidence that “have it our way” is no longer the controlling design principle among Windows' designers. Preview pane In Vista […]

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This post show you six specific annoyances from Windows Vista that are fixed in Windows 7. Each one represents an easier, more efficient way to accomplish a common task. Collectively, they constitute some pretty persuasive evidence that “have it our way” is no longer the controlling design principle among Windows' designers.

  • Preview pane In Vista
  • overcomplicated Vista’s Shutdown menu
  • Arranging windows
  • Unpleasant User Account Control UAC
  • The ultra-minimalist Defrag utility
  • The no-options backup program

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