Definition Of Microsoft Windows 7 Starter And Features

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Hello everyone, I am creating a short note for almost every Windows instances. While making this, I heard about Microsoft Windows 7 Starter. Kindly suggest me what could be the key features that should be there.

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Definition Of Microsoft Windows 7 Starter And Features

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Microsoft Windows 7 Starter is a compact version of Windows-7. It released in only one variant i.e., for 64-bit systems only. It is exclusively for use on Netbook computers.

Features:

i. Multi-monitor support.

ii. DVD Playback

iii. Domain support for business customers.

iv. XP mode for needed users.

v. You can easily change the users without having log off.

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Definition Of Microsoft Windows 7 Starter And Features

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In Windows 7, there are three primary editions of the operating system: Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate. The fourth and less known edition is the Starter edition. Windows 7 Starter is exclusively designed for netbook computers and you won’t be able to get it on a standard PC.

It is basically offered as an upgrade on several netbooks like Dell Inspiron Mini 10v from its base operating system which is Windows XP. Windows 7 Starter is considerably a stripped down version of Microsoft Windows 7. Here are several of the features that were removed in Windows 7 Starter:

  • Aero Glass – this means you can only use the “Windows Basic” or other opaque themes. This also means you won’t be able to get the “Taskbar Previews” or the “Aero Peek”.
  • Personalization features for changing desktop backgrounds, window colors, or sound schemes.
  • The ability to switch between user accounts without logging off.
  • Multi-monitor support.
  • DVD playback.
  • Windows Media Center for watching recorded TV and other media.
  • Remote Media Streaming for streaming music, videos, and recorded TV.
  • Domain support for business customers.
  • XP Mode for those who want the ability to run older Windows XP applications on Windows 7.

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