As the title says. Here’s the video:
Windows 7 will be publicly available on October 22nd, and available to MSDN subscribers August 6th. Read more about Windows 7 from my favorite source, Paul Thurott’s Supersite for Windows.
I’m really behind on posts. I couple weeks ago I built a new i7 computer, leaving my old (ha!) Core 2 Quad computer lonely and unusable. To remedy this sad situation, I bought a 1 terabyte hard drive and a copy of Windows Home Server to convert my trusty ol’ compy into a happy new home server. I’m not going to go too deep into the project in this post, but rather I am simply going to post this picture:
I thought I would test out my new i7 computer, so I opened up 100 programs (which includes a virtual machine running XP) and tiled the windows with Switcher. There are 50 programs on each monitor, vuala!
The Windows 7 Release Candidate will go public on May 5th. That’s really all there is to tell. If you want to learn more, check out The Windows Blog, The Supersite for Windows and Gizmodo.