Windows 7 (build 7057) screenshot gallery

Windows 7 (build 7057) screenshot gallery

Summary: A detailed look at what's new in the latest leaked build of Windows 7, build 7057.

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  • For those who might not have noticed, tick boxes replace icons in a lot of the menus. However it's not always easy to see which options you are unticking if the icon isn't there. This is shown in the Organise menu in Windows Explorer, which doesn't make it clear which navigation/details pane is being removed.

    To read more about the leaked Windows 7 (7057) build and the changes universities will have to make, click here to read the iGeneration blog.

  • It's now much easier to connect to network printers. With just a quick search, Windows 7 will pick up all the printers on the network.

    To read more about the leaked Windows 7 (7057) build and the changes universities will have to make, click here to read the iGeneration blog.

  • As seen in previous builds, online ID support which is meant to link Windows 7 with services on the web has been updated. However, this is soley dependent on Windows Live ID Assistant (which is in beta), and after release, an SDK will be released also to help others connect their authentication services with the operating system.

    To read more about the leaked Windows 7 (7057) build and the changes universities will have to make, click here to read the iGeneration blog.

Topics: Operating Systems, Hardware, Microsoft, Software, Windows

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  • I'm going to go for the Upgrade.

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    rtirman37
  • RE: Simplified device removal (Windows 7 (build 7057) screenshot gallery)

    What a bore. Can I run W7 and XP simultanioulsy?
    tvign
    • W7 and XP simultanioulsy

      Yes, you can. Use Custom installation during setup (Don't upgrade) and have a free partition on your hard disk
      moganti
    • Xp & Win 7

      Just did that yesterday. Need a partition in NTFS (I had only fat32). Smooth as silk. However, trying to figure out how to do things is a real issue. Initially I think I'm staying with XP. Works great and all my existing s/w stays put. Why change?
      albuqnow