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27 more changes in Windows 7 RC

Posted on Saturday, March 14 2009 @ 00:20:26 CET by


A couple of weeks ago Microsoft detailed 36 changes in the upcoming Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC), and today a developer published a detailed list of 27 more changes from beta to RC. You can check it out over here. The first one is Improved taskbar thumbnail overflow:
Our customers are enjoying how windows are grouped and revealed on the enhanced taskbar. Some enthusiasts who have a significant number of open windows for a program encounter our scaling mechanism; the thumbnail view turns into a list view. Although this UI is virtually identical to experience in XP and Vista, customers still want to enjoy new functionality of the thumbnail view. Bentronic wrote, “It's nice that there's a little close button on the thumbnail previews--why not have a similar button for when it's showing as a list? Being able to run down the list clicking the close button instead of right-clicking would be great.” For RC we’ve made the list view architecturally the same as the thumbnail view, just sans thumbnails. Customers will now enjoy close buttons and the menus open on hover (in Beta one had to click to open them).



 



 

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