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Windows 7 Starter Edition available globally without app limit

Posted on Monday, June 01 2009 @ 21:44:46 CEST by

Microsoft unveiled the Windows 7 Starter Edition will be available globally and that it will not have a limitation on the amount of programs you can run simultaneously.
Microsoft's Brandon LeBlanc wrote in a blog post that, "[Microsoft has] decided to make some changes compared to previous Starter editions."

He continued writing, "For the first time, we will be making Windows 7 Starter available worldwide on small notebook PCs. We are also going to enable Windows 7 Starter customers the ability to run as many applications simultaneously as they would like, instead of being constricted to the three application limit that the previous Starter editions included. We believe these changes will make Windows 7 Starter an even more attractive option for customers who want a small notebook PC for very basic tasks, like browsing the web, checking email and personal productivity."
Here's a brief overview of some of the features that Windows 7 Starter Edition will lack:
Windows 7 Starter won’t include some of the basic features found in other versions of Windows 7 according to LeBlanc. Among the notable features that will be missing from the most basic version of Windows 7 are Aero Glass, personalization features, the ability to switch between users without having to log off, multi monitor support, DVD playback, Windows Media Center, Remote Media Streaming, domain support, and XP mode.
Source: DailyTech



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