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A seven part FREE Windows 7 E-Course for you!

Welcome to my free Windows 7 E-Course. This course is designed to help you understand just what Windows 7 (Win 7) means to you and your future computing environment.

Each part will emailed to you:

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  1. Introduction and why Windows Seven was developed when normally an Operating System has a life time of over 10 years. Bluntly - Vista was/is junk.

  2. How Win 7 looks, why some programs will not run on the new OS, the difference between the 32 Bit and 64 Bit versions and why one is better than the other.

  3. Expectations, how long it takes to install - hint you will be surprised. Why you may want to do a Dual Boot system at first.

  4. As with any Operating System you can do something's to lower the memory usage and speed it up.

  5. The Good, the Bad, and the down right Ugly. Why did Microsoft go from the old Explorer to Libraries?

  6. The hardware requirements, will Windows Seven run on your current computer with out upgrading? Why can you only have 3.25 gig of memory for one version and 128 Gig for another?

  7. Is this the next Killer App? Why does one version(32 bit vs. 64bit) have compatibility problems and the other one doesn't?

Need to learn more about certian topics? I have written five e-courses that will help you understand your computing environment.Although Windows Seven / Eight / 10 are now in production Windows XP still remains the Operating System of choice for more than 90% of the installed Windows Operating Systems. However support for Windows XP has expired in April of 2014. At this time support for Windows Vista has expired, making Windows XP the second longest life and most stable Operating System ever published.

Can you apply the techniques described in this course to Windows 8 /8.1?/ or 10 No, find out why with this e-course. The interface (your desktop) and the underlying folder structure are somewhat different (again...) than the older versions such as XP, Vista, and Windows 7. You will have to hunt around to find the specific area you are interested in to change or optimize this newer Operating System. Use extreme care with changes, they will crash Windows 8/8.1/10... Will I be making an e course to cover these changes? Maybe...

How do you get your used memory down this low? You can find out with the Free Windows 7 E-Coures!Support for Windows Seven continues, no expiration date has been set by Microsoft at this time.

Find out answers to these questions and more in seven part e-course ...


You can reduce the amount of memory the Windows Seven Operating System uses but it takes a lot of work to get it this low...




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