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Unformatted text preview: Justin Gardner Oct. 23 rd 2011 Cis-110 Assignment #7 Windows came out with a new program recently named “Windows 7.” It is now programmed on mostly any computer that one can buy these days. At this exact moment while I am writing this paper, I am using Windows 7. To me, I like the new program better than the older versions and I will explain why in the next few paragraphs. Windows 7 differs from Windows Xp and Vista in many ways. Windows 7 has a new feature called Aero Snap where the use can work with multiple windows at the same time. You use to have to drag the windows separately and size them the way you wanted, which made it hard to get them the exact same size. Aero Snap now does that for us. Another feature goes by the name of Aero Peek. Aero Peek allows you to preview your tabs on your browser by just hovering your mouse over the icon. The older versions only let you preview the page that it was last on. Also the task bar on Windows 7 is a little bit thicker than the older versions and also last on....
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course COMPUTER Comp at FSU.
- Fall '11