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Windows 7 Resources For You April 22, 2009

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Great resources from Eric Ligman to get you started with Windows 7!


imageWith the upcoming release of Windows 7 on the horizon, I wanted to share with you some resources that you may or may not be aware of that you can utilize regarding Windows 7.

  1. Windows 7 Online Readiness Kit – Review the Windows 7 Online Readiness Kit to better understand the capabilities of the Windows 7 operating system. The kit includes:
    • Business Value of Selling and Implementing Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8 Online Course
    • Meet Windows 7 for Small Business Online Course
    • Partner-focused presentation: Windows 7 for Enterprise and Midsize
    • Windows 7 Quick Reference Card – Small Business
    • Windows 7 Quick Reference Card – Midsize
    • Windows 7 Quick Reference Card – Enterprise
    • Windows 7 at a Glance White Paper
    • Everything You Need to Know about Windows 7 Deployment – Presentation
    • Everything You Need to Know about Windows 7 Deployment – Audio Presentation
    • Customer Deployment Principles Guide
    • Windows Desktop Deployment Specialization Data Sheet
    • Windows Demo Toolkit
    • And more…
  2. Windows 7 Tips and Tricks – Improve your productivity by familiarizing yourself with some of the enhancements that are new in Windows 7. And share them with your customers to help them learn more about Windows 7. Check back for future editions to enrich your Windows 7 experience.
  3. Windows 7 Special Edition Gear Up Sales Toolkit – This online toolkit includes essential information to help you prepare for customer conversations, answer questions about Windows 7, and improve the quality of your customer discussions.
  4. Windows 7 Preview Video – Watch the Windows 7 online preview video
  5. Windows 7 Forum:Windows 7 Forum – Share and learn what other partners and IT professionals are learning about Windows 7
  6. Windows 7 application and device compatibility
    • For Testing Devices and Device Drivers:
    • For Testing Applications:
      • Documentation: The Windows 7 Application Quality Cookbook helps you verify the compatibility of your applications. It discusses the few known application compatibility issues in Windows 7, points out differences in performance, reliability, and usability, and provides links to detailed white papers and other developer guidance. Also review the Windows Software Requirements for passing Windows 7 software logo requirements.

Thank you and have a wonderful day,

Eric Ligman
Global Partner Experience Lead
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights


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