[BCAB] Pleasantly surprised with Windows 7
Geoff Madge, Development Officer
Geoff.Madge at essex.gov.uk
Wed Apr 30 11:32:04 BST 2014
I love Windows 7 too - I use it at work and at home. Really good.
New Technology Development Officer
Information Services, Strategy, Transformation& Commissioning support
Essex County Council
Tel: 0333 013 6194
Email: geoff.madge at essex.gov.uk
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Barry Hill
Sent: 30 April 2014 11:23
To: BCAB Discussion List; DFHP at googlegroups.com
Subject: [BCAB] Pleasantly surprised with Windows 7
Sorry if I'm preaching to the converted, but this is directed at people still on XP.
Since XP support has stopped, I have been forced to upgrade to Windows 7, and I'm very glad that I did. With the help of a fantastic guide/tutorial from David Bailes, it took me an hour or so to become familiar enough to use it with no problem, and a couple of days later, I'm wondering why the hell I stuck with XP so long. Windows 7 is so damn easy.
The simplest part is that you can just press the windows key, type a few letters of whatever you want to open, whether it a programme or file, wait a second or two, and a list of results will come up that you just hit entre on the first or arrow down to the rest.
If you do take the plunge, a look at David's tutorial will help you with the transition. You can find it here:
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