The first release of Windows 7 in New York

Windows 7 is now going for a formal launch in New York soon. According to CEO Mr. Steve Ballmer, Windows 7 will be launched in a event which is organized in New York city on October 22. But nothing is confirmed.Windows users have to just wait for the right time. The event is organized not only for Windows 7 launche but it also has some additional events like a open house for the consumers at Park Avenue Armory. This will be led by Robbie Bach, on October 6. The major plan of Micorsoft is to provide a highligh of all products from Zune to new phones, hardware, etc.

You can also see the first Windows 7 advertisement which was officially released on several TV stations in the US. The advertisement shows Kylie,
a 4½ year-old girl, who finds “happy words” about Windows 7 on her
dad’s laptop. Rather than focusing on any of Windows 7’s new features, the
commercial just shows quotes from reviews about the OS and —
indirectly – advertises for Windows Movie Maker. Watch the same on below link.New York was also the site where Windows Vista was launched. This even comprises of a fancy lunch held at Cipriani with the media. You can just read the features and get a preview about the upcoming operating system.

Windows 7 Preview :

  • Windows 7 is designed to make everyday tasks faster and easier, and make new things possible for end users. Windows 7 reflects an evolved approach to engineering that incorporates customer and partner feedback more closely into the development process. It will deliver innovative new features while focusing on application and device compatibility. With Windows 7, Microsoft is working to establish a more consistent and predictable release schedule so partners across the Windows ecosystem can easily and quickly build on the new capabilities Windows has to offer. When released to the market, Windows 7 will enable the following:
  • Work the way you want. Windows 7 will deliver the fundamental performance, reliability and security features that people expect — and it is designed to be compatible with the same hardware, applications and device drivers as Windows Vista. New features will help protect privacy and data, make it easier to keep a PC running smoothly, and enable quicker recovery from problems.
  • Make everyday tasks faster and easier. Windows 7 will streamline and simplify the tasks people do most often. Improved navigation, a new taskbar and a streamlined user interface put commonly used resources within easy reach. Sharing data across all PCs and devices will be easier at home, in the office or on the go. Windows 7 and Windows Live will help users stay connected to the people and things they care about, and Internet Explorer 8 will offer a faster, safer and more productive Web experience.
  • Make new things possible. Windows 7 will offer more choice in how users interact with their PCs, such as through multitouch gestures. With Device Stage, Windows 7 enables people to get more from the devices they use most often with their PC, such as cameras, phones and printers. Windows 7 also will make it easier to use home audio-video systems and other networked media devices to play music, watch videos and display photos that reside on Windows-based PCs. And Windows 7 will offer more options than ever to customize and personalize Windows-based PCs with styles that match the user’s personality.

You can also see the first Windows 7 advertisement which was officially released on several TV stations in the US. The advertisement shows Kylie,
a 4½ year-old girl, who finds “happy words” about Windows 7 on her
dad’s laptop. Rather than focusing on any of Windows 7’s new features, the
commercial just shows quotes from reviews about the OS and —
indirectly – advertises for Windows Movie Maker. Watch the same on below link.

Windows 7 TV Commercial

 

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