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2006-2009
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Windows 7
Windows 7
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Windows 7 for end users
Windows 7 for end users
Windows 7 System Requirements
Windows 7 System Requirements
Setup
Setup
User experience
User experience
Aero interface features
Aero interface features
Get what you need in an instant
Get what you need in an instant
Get what you need in an instant
Get what you need in an instant
Jump Lists
Jump Lists
Jump List
Jump List
The taskbar
The taskbar
The taskbar
The taskbar
Snap, Shake and Peek
Snap, Shake and Peek
Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool
Snipping Tool
Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes
New Windows Explorer Features
New Windows Explorer Features
New and improved built-in applications
New and improved built-in applications
Desktop gadgets for teachers
Desktop gadgets for teachers
Desktop gadgets for teachers
Desktop gadgets for teachers
Accelerators
Accelerators
Windows 7
Windows 7
New and improved built-in applications
New and improved built-in applications
Paint
Paint
Improved search
Improved search
Connect to a wireless network
Connect to a wireless network
Location-Aware Printing
Location-Aware Printing
To add a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer: Make sure you know
To add a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer: Make sure you know
Resources
Resources
Tune Up you PC
Tune Up you PC
How to get information about your PC
How to get information about your PC
How to update Windows 7
How to update Windows 7
What is notification area
What is notification area
Here are some ways to put these icons to work: Double-click an icon to
Here are some ways to put these icons to work: Double-click an icon to
Cleaning up the desktop
Cleaning up the desktop
Deleting unnecessary files
Deleting unnecessary files
In addition to deleting unnecessary files, uninstall any applications
In addition to deleting unnecessary files, uninstall any applications

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1 Windows 7

Windows 7

ACS Jolanta Soltis

2 Where we’re at

Where we’re at

3 2006-2009

2006-2009

Windows Vista didn’t exactly get a positive reception. That said, it delivered on Microsoft’s promise to update the foundation of Windows to something more modern. That foundation is used in Windows 7.

4 Windows 7

Windows 7

Windows 7 is all about delivering on the failures of Vista. Performance improvements Boot-up time is faster than with Windows Vista, and Windows 7 resumes from sleep and reconnects to wireless networks more quickly. Search has been optimized to return results faster. Services that aren't in use are turned off, and memory is used more efficiently than in Vista, increasing performance. USB devices are ready for use in less time after you plug them in. Power management Automatically dims the screen after a period of inactivity when on battery power Powers off unused ports Uses less power for DVD playback

5 Features

Features

Home Premium

Pro

Ultimate

Improved desktop navigation, featuring Aero Shake, Aero Peek and Snap

Yes

Yes

Yes

Quicker program loads with enhanced desktop search functionality

Yes

Yes

Yes

Internet Explorer 8 pre-loaded for safer surfing

Yes

Yes

Yes

Enhanced Media Center functionality

Yes

Yes

Yes

Access Windows XP productivity programs in Windows XP mode

No

Yes

Yes

Join corporate networks more easily with Domain Join

No

Yes

Yes

Protect and recover your valuable data more easily with automated backups to your home and business networks

No

Yes

Yes

6 Windows 7 for end users

Windows 7 for end users

(the fun stuff)

7 Windows 7 System Requirements

Windows 7 System Requirements

1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) processor 1 gigabyte (GB) RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit) 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver

8 Setup

Setup

Setup has been simplified. Clean install in 15-20 minutes. Upgrade: Averages a couple of hours. Windows XP users: No upgrade for you. Don’t forget the Upgrade Advisor.

NJIT Windows 7 page - http://ist.njit.edu/support/windows7/index.php

9 User experience

User experience

Biggest end user changes are in the UI... Personalization with Aero Themes and slideshows. Major changes to the Taskbar – Pinning, Jump Lists, Live Previews, and more. Notification area clean-up. Libraries and Windows Explorer. Windows Aero desktop effects: Aero Peek, Aero Snaps, Aero Shake.

10 Aero interface features

Aero interface features

Desktop and Taskbar You have more control over the arrangement of your desktop with the removal of the sidebar, which was introduced in Windows Vista. Gadgets can still be placed on the desktop, wherever you want them.

With the new Aero features of Windows 7, it's easier to get work done.

11 Get what you need in an instant

Get what you need in an instant

Accessing frequently used programs and files Many of us have a fairly small group of programs and files we use often. So it makes sense to keep them handy all the time. The Start menu is essentially a blank slate that you can organize and customize to suit your preferences. Click the Start button . If you don’t see the program you want, simply type it into the search box.

12 Get what you need in an instant

Get what you need in an instant

You can then pin your favorite programs to the Start menu for easy access by right-clicking the program and clicking Pin to Start Menu. You can also pin your favorite programs to the taskbar by right-clicking the program and selecting Pin to Taskbar, or by dragging the program from the Start menu or the desktop to the taskbar. You can rearrange the buttons on the taskbar any way you like by dragging them.

13 Jump Lists

Jump Lists

Lists of recently opened items, such as files, folders, or Web sites, organized by the program that you use to open them. To open an item from the Jump List on the Start menu, click the Start button . Point to a program on the Start menu to open the program’s Jump List, and then click the item.

14 Jump List

Jump List

To pin your favorite files to the Jump List, point to the file in the Jump List, and click the push-pin. The item then appears at the top of the Jump List. To unpin an item from a Jump List, point to the item, and click the pushpin. (Notice that the push-pin has a different tooltip, “Unpin from this list.”) The item is no longer pinned to the top of the Jump List.

15 The taskbar

The taskbar

The horizontal bar at the bottom of the screen , gives you a quick way to access the programs and files you have open. With this new feature in Windows 7, called Peek, you can point to a taskbar button to preview open files or programs. Point to the thumbnail to preview the window full-screen. Click the thumbnail to open the window, or click the x in the upper-right corner of the thumbnail to quickly close the window.

16 The taskbar

The taskbar

When you right-click a taskbar icon, you see a jump list that displays files you've recently opened with that application as well as common tasks that you can perform directly from the jump list.

17 Snap, Shake and Peek

Snap, Shake and Peek

New to Windows 7. Help you organize and resize windows and reduce desktop clutter: Aero Snap makes it easy to display two windows side-by-side by dragging them to opposite sides of the display. To maximize a window, drag it to the top. If you want to extend a window to the full length of the screen but keep the current width, resize it to the top of the screen. With Aero Shake, grab a window with the pointer and drag it back and forth quickly to minimize all other windows. Shake it again to bring the other windows back. Aero Peek puts a transparent button at the extreme right end of the taskbar (if it's horizontal) or the bottom (if it's vertical), after the notification area. Hover over it with the pointer and all windows become transparent so you can see your desktop and gadgets. Move the pointer away and the windows are restored.

18 Snipping Tool

Snipping Tool

Snipping Tool captures a screen shot of any object on your screen, like a paragraph in a document, a picture you’re editing, or a section of a Web page. When you want to share an idea or ask a question, it’s a great way to show your students what you’re talking about. Click the Start button and type snip in the search box. Click Snipping Tool in the Programs section at the top of the Start menu. On the New menu, select the type of snip you want: Free-form Snip. Draw a free-form shape around an object. Rectangular Snip. Drag the cursor around an object to form a rectangle. Window Snip. Select a window, such as a browser window or dialog box, that you want to capture. Full-screen Snip. Capture the entire screen.

19 Snipping Tool

Snipping Tool

Then select the area of your screen that you want to capture. It's automatically copied to the Clipboard and the Snipping Tool mark-up window. From the mark-up window, you can write on, draw on, highlight, save, or e-mail the snip.

20 Snipping Tool

Snipping Tool

21 Sticky Notes

Sticky Notes

Sticky Notes are colorful reminder notes you can stick on your desktop. They are even handier in Windows 7. You can format the text, and speedily resize, collapse, and flip through notes. To create a sticky note, click the Start button and type sticky in the search box. Click Sticky Notes in the Programs section at the top of the Start menu. To create additional notes, click the New Note button. You can also open a new note by pressing CTRL+N.

22 Sticky Notes

Sticky Notes

To resize a note, drag an edge or corner of the note to make it larger or smaller. To delete a note, click the Delete Note button. You can also delete a note by pressing CTRL+D. To change the color of a sticky note, right-click the note and then choose a color. To format text in a sticky note, select the text you want to change. Use the following keyboard shortcuts to format the text on your note:

CTRL+SHIFT+L (Press this keyboard shortcut again to switch to a numbered list.)

Type of formatting

Keyboard shortcut

Bold text

CTRL+B

Italic text

CTRL+I

Underlined text

CTRL+U

Strikethrough

CTRL+T

Bulleted list

Increased text size

CTRL+SHIFT+>

Decreased text size

CTRL+SHIFT+<

23 New Windows Explorer Features

New Windows Explorer Features

Libraries The biggest change to Windows Explorer is the addition of libraries. Libraries are virtual folders that give you an aggregated view of the contents of multiple actual folders. This lets you see all files of a particular type (such as pictures) together, even though they may be stored in different physical locations. There are four default libraries: Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos. You can also add your own libraries. Figure 3 shows a library for downloaded programs that has been added.

Improvements to Windows 7's Windows Explorer file manager make it easier to organize and find your files, whether they're stored on your hard drive, an external drive or on the network.

24 New and improved built-in applications

New and improved built-in applications

Some applications included with Windows have been updated and improved, and handy new ones added. Internet Explorer 8: Windows 7 ships with the latest version of Internet Explorer, which includes many new features: Accelerators: Provides a quick way to perform common tasks from a website by highlighting text and then choosing the action. For example, highlight an address and select to see a map of the location or highlight a sentence and select to translate it with Bing. You can add accelerators from the Accelerators Gallery. InPrivate Browsing: Allows you to browse the web without leaving tracks in the form of Internet history, temporary Internet files (cache) or cookies. Web Slices: Enables you to subscribe to a part of a web page, which will be automatically updated when it changes. SmartScreen Filter: Protects you from malicious websites such as phishing sites. Suggested Sites: Suggests websites you might be interested in, based on the sites you've visited most often. Tab isolation and crash recovery: Each tab runs in its own process so if one crashes, others aren't affected. A crashed tab automatically reloads. You can also reopen closed tabs or reopen your entire previous browsing session. Internet Explorer 9: Fast, simplified design, one-click access to your favorite sites, integration with Windows 7, etc.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/internet-explorer/help/ie-9/9-reasons-to-get-internet-explorer-9

25 Desktop gadgets for teachers

Desktop gadgets for teachers

Windows contains mini-programs called gadgets, which offer information at a glance and provide easy access to frequently used tools. Right-click anywhere on your desktop and then click Gadgets. Double-click a gadget to add it to your desktop. You can also add additional gadgets by clicking Get more gadgets online in the lower-right corner. To remove gadgets you already have, right-click the gadget, and click Close gadget.

26 Desktop gadgets for teachers

Desktop gadgets for teachers

Many of the available gadgets are really handy for teachers, including gadgets for a dictionary/thesaurus, Wikipedia, multilingual vocabulary, periodic table, unit converter, currency converter, moon phases, astronomy center, a to-do list, and more. You can even watch NASA TV Live or listen to radio stations from around the world. You can customize a gadget by moving it, resizing it, and making other changes: To move a gadget, drag it wherever you want it. To change a gadget’s options, right-click the gadget, and then click Options. Change the options and then click OK. To resize a gadget, right-click it, point to Size, and click the size you want the gadget to be. To keep a gadget on top of your other windows so it’s always visible, right-click the gadget, and click Always on top.

Watch a video on how to customize desktop gadgets here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/customize-desktop-gadgets.

27 Accelerators

Accelerators

28 Windows 7
29 New and improved built-in applications

New and improved built-in applications

Calculator The built-in calculator in Windows 7 adds two new modes: Programmer: Calculates in and converts between hexadecimal, decimal, octal and binary numbers, and displays byte, word, Dword and Qword data types. Statistics: Adds keys for statistical calculations involving linear regression. Another handy addition is a calculation history, which appears at the top of the entry field. New unit conversion pane, which handles units of area, angles, length, volume, weight/mass, energy, power, pressure, time, velocity, temperature and more.

30 Paint

Paint

The built-in Paint program now uses the familiar ribbon interface from Office, as shown in Figure 6, making it easier to use. It now supports opening transparent .PNG and .ICO files, adds realistic digital brushes and supports multi-touch, so you can paint directly on the screen with your fingers with a touch screen monitor.

31 Improved search

Improved search

Windows 7 includes the Explorer search box as in Windows Vista but it adds a new feature: search suggestions. When you click in the box, you see a list of recent searches, as well as search filters (customized for the type of files in the folder) that you can select to filter search results. These improvements make it easy for you to use the search bar to quickly search across file types and libraries for all documents pertaining to a particular client. To use arrangement views, search filters and suggestions, you must have library locations indexed. When you include a location in a library, Windows 7 automatically adds those locations to be indexed. Locations on another machine are indexed if that machine is running Windows Search 4.

32 Connect to a wireless network

Connect to a wireless network

To open Connect to a Network, click the network icon ( or ) in the notification area in the lower-right corner of your screen. In the list of available wireless networks, click a network, and then click Connect. If prompted, type the network security key, and then click OK. Now you’re connected to the network.

33 Location-Aware Printing

Location-Aware Printing

If you’ve got Windows 7 Professional or Ultimate on your laptop, you can automatically switch default printers for each network you use—at home and at school. Then you won’t have to manually switch printers when you move between locations. So when you print at school, Windows 7 will automatically print to your school printer. When you print at home, Windows 7 will automatically select and use your home printer. First, be sure that your computer is connected to the printer you need. You can add a local printer or add a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer. To add a local printer that is directly connected to your PC: First, connect the printer to your computer following the manufacturer's instructions. Windows attempts to automatically install the printer. If Windows can't automatically install it or if you've removed the printer and want to add it again, follow these steps: Click the Start button , and then click Devices and Printers. Click Add a printer. In the Add Printer wizard, select Add a local printer. On the Choose a printer port page, make sure that Use an existing port and the recommended printer port are selected, and then click Next. On the Install the printer driver page, select the printer manufacturer and model, and then click Next. Note, if your printer is not listed, click Windows Update, and then wait while Windows checks for additional drivers. If none are available and you have the manufacturer's installation CD, click Have disk, and then browse to the folder where the printer driver is stored. For additional help, refer to the manufacturer's instructions. Complete the additional steps in the wizard, and then click Finish.

34 To add a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer: Make sure you know

To add a network, wireless, or Bluetooth printer: Make sure you know

the name of the printer that you want to add before you begin. Sometimes the name is displayed on the printer itself. If the name is not on the printer, contact the printer owner or your network administrator to find out the printer's name before you follow the steps below. Click the Start button , and then click Devices and Printers. Click Add a printer. In the Add Printer wizard, select Add a network, wireless or Bluetooth printer. In the list of available printers, select the one you want to use, and then click Next. If your computer is connected to a network, only printers listed in Active Directory for your domain are displayed in the list. If prompted, install the printer driver on your computer. If you are prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Complete the additional steps in the wizard, and then click Finish. To change a default printer: Click the Start button , and then click Devices and Printers. Right-click a printer, and then click Set as default printer. To manage Location-Aware Printing settings: Click the Start button , and then click Devices and Printers. Click a printer, and then click Manage default printers on the toolbar. Click Change my default printer when I change networks. In the Select network list, click a network. In the Select printer list, click a corresponding default printer. Click Add. Repeat steps 4, 5, and 6 to select printers for any other networks you connect to. When you're finished, click OK.

35 Resources

Resources

Take a Windows 7 tour, and watch videos about Windows 7 features here: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/videos-tours.aspx. For faculty, visit http://www.microsoft.com/win7 For faculty, visit http://www.microsoft.com/win7 Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor http://tinyurl.com/w7advisor 10 Cool Tools in Windows 7: http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/10things/?p=738 System Requirements: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/get/system-requirements.aspx

36 Tune Up you PC

Tune Up you PC

How to get information about your PC? How to update Windows 7? What is notification area?

37 How to get information about your PC

How to get information about your PC

Start Type: “system information” in the search box Select: System Information from the resulting list

38 How to update Windows 7

How to update Windows 7

Windows Update is a utility that downloads and installs updates to your system, and it's configured to run automatically by default in Windows 7. Start > All Programs > Windows Update, select Tools> Windows Update in Internet Explorer

39 What is notification area

What is notification area

The notification area appears on the right side of the taskbar. Sometimes it's called the system tray, or just the tray. Standard icons displayed in the notification area are the flag (to open Action Center), the power icon (on notebook PCs), the network or wireless icon and the volume icon. Windows 7 groups other background program icons in a hidden area to keep the notification area clutter-free. Just click the up-facing arrow to display the hidden icons. In this example, you see the hidden tray icons for the Bluetooth device applet, Windows Update, an antivirus program, a pointing device and a virtual machine program.

40 Here are some ways to put these icons to work: Double-click an icon to

Here are some ways to put these icons to work: Double-click an icon to

perform the default action for the related program. In most cases, this opens a window for its configuration or use. Select a command from the right-click menu that closes or disables the application and removes its icon from the tray—until the next time you start your PC (if it's set to load at startup) or until you restart that application manually. As software programs load, the number of small icons on the system tray increases. Each of these small pictures represents a program running in the background, and each one consumes valuable system resources. Move the mouse pointer over each small picture to find out which program it represents.

41 Cleaning up the desktop

Cleaning up the desktop

Over time, a Windows desktop can get cluttered with shortcut icons for programs you don't use. The simplest way to get rid of these icons is to delete them. Select one and press Delete, or drag it to the Recycle Bin. You aren't deleting the program itself—only the shortcut to that program. You can still run the program from the Start menu.

42 Deleting unnecessary files

Deleting unnecessary files

Disk Cleanup helps you save hard disk space by offering to delete files (either yours or everyone's files) it thinks you don't need. These files could include the contents of the Recycle Bin, temporary internet files and other folders. Select Start, type disk cleanup in the search text box and then select Disk Cleanup in the resulting list.

43 In addition to deleting unnecessary files, uninstall any applications

In addition to deleting unnecessary files, uninstall any applications

you don't need. Windows uses hard disk space for different types of operations, such as caching and virtual memory. The computer might not run reliably if free disk space drops below 10 percent of total space. To see how much space remains on your hard disk, click Start > Computer, and then view the bar graphs results for each drive that appears in the Hard Disk Drives pane. Use the Programs and Features applet in Control Panel to uninstall programs you no longer use.

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