At very first glance Windows7 is a quite nice upgrade and in my viewpoint it really is what Vista ought to have already been. The Windows7 set up was fast and painless and the user experience is very quick and effective. I’ve noticed a reduction in system resource usage in Windows7 over Windows Vista.,Windows Home Basic Product Key
There is one small thing that is bothering me… I run dual monitors as I use this as my workstation and it often helps to have things side by side instead of on top of each other. I have seen the commercials of the “snap” feature and it looks like it would be very great but the implementation when using dual monitors is less than I would expect.
You can snap a window to the left of the monitor on the left,Office 2010 Home And Student Key
, or to the right of the monitor on the right,Office 2010 X64
, but not to the opposite sides of either monitor. Before you say that it’s because there is no “edge” between the two monitors – my primary monitor is 1600×1200 and my secondary is 1280×1024 and there is definitely an edge when going from the larger to the smaller monitor that i can hit the mouse up against.
I honestly can’t think of a real good way for Microsoft to implement the “snap” feature on a multiple monitor configuration that wouldn’t be more trouble than it’s worth and I can see the argument against even using it if you are running 2+ monitors but it’s the principal of the issue as far as I am concerned.