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Windows Vista sessions and demos

April 4th, 2006 by Zack Whittaker

You might be wondering what’s in it for you, when your organization should start evaluating Windows Vista and when you should set up a pilot. This session will give you an introduction and overview of the features that Windows Vista will offer. You will get a clear picture where the big changes are and what direction Windows client operating system is taking.

So you did not find time to install a Beta yet? You are wondering what all the talk about the new User Experience is? How working with Windows Vista will differ from using XP today? Tony Krijnen demonstrates Vista key features from a User perspective.

Windows Vista Demo Part 1, 36 minutes
Windows Vista Demo Part 2, 24 minutes 

(By the way, apparently Aero is an acronym for ‘Authentic, Energetic, Reflective and Open’… learn something new every day! :))

Source: Windows Vista and Microsoft Office Beta Experience Newsletter No.2

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