While it’s true that Windows 7
has received rave reviews across the board, Microsoft has also not been shy when it comes down to applauding its latest Windows client as an excellent opportunity for customers. The latest move from the Redmond company is unveiling the 7 Wonders of Windows 7
website. Designed in Silverlight, the site offers an interactive experience focused on highlighting seven of the best Windows 7 aspects.
“Have you discovered the 7 Wonders of Windows 7 and learnt about the key features that make this a compelling release of the operating system to: make users productive anywhere, enhance security and control and streamline PC management?” asked Microsoft’s Amory Somers Vine
If not, just head over to the 7 Wonders of Windows 7 website and start looking at the content made available by the software giant. It will be quite easy to see that the Redmond company is highlighting a number of Windows 7 features, including BranchCache, DirectAccess, BitLocker to Go, Search Federation, AppLocker and 3G Wireless Networking. At the same time, the company offers its own perspective over the seven most important innovations of Windows Vista’s successor. In this regard, end users are asked to contribute via a Q&A.
Microsoft has already sold in excess of 150 million Windows 7 licenses since the operating system debuted on the market in October 2009. According to the Redmond company, no less than seven Windows 7 copies are sold every second. Estimates indicate that the software giant could push as much as 300 million Windows 7 licenses by the end of 2010.
The 7 Wonders of Windows 7 also points users to the download page for the free trial version of Windows 7 and to the e-Learning center for the OS. “Windows 7 Enterprise Trial is specifically designed for IT Professionals and you can test your software and hardware on the final version of the product,” Microsoft said. “Windows 7 E-LearningTake a comprehensive look into Windows 7. These tutorials feature not only Windows 7, but also how Windows 7 features work in conjunction with Windows Server 2008 R2.”Windows 7 RTM Enterprise 90-Day Evaluation is available for download here.