The recent installment of the Windows operating system has been quite the hit, much different from its older version, Windows Vista. But why has Window 7 had become so much more efficient and user-friendly? What makes it work so well? Windows 7 is unique in that although it introduces not as many features as Vista, it looked to specialize in the things it does well.
Instead of a radical change in the new operating system which you might think Microsoft would have done considering the lack of popularity of Vista, they went for a different approach. They looked simplify their usability and increase performance. As you may be able to tell if you currently use Windows 7, the boot time alone is much faster as well.
The biggest feature difference we see that revolutionizes Windows 7 is the more vital role the Quick Launch Toolbar plays. Windows allows you to drag programs or icons and “pin” them to your task bar for much better usability. It also provides the user with a way of grouping multiple instances of one program under the icon.
Why else does Windows 7 work? Read our full overview.