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Live Meeting - Windows 7 Release Candidate – The Road to RTM – Changes since the Beta

Live Meeting - Windows 7 Release Candidate – The Road to RTM – Changes since the Beta

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Event Overview 
The Windows 7 Release Candidate (RC) features several changes and improvements since the Beta release in January. A lot of this was based on feedback we received directly from testers just like you!  In this session, Jeff Alexander will take you through the changes in the Release Candidate including changes to the following technologies since the Windows 7 Beta:  User Account Control, Bitlocker Drive Encryption, Direct Access,  The Windows 7 Taskbar, Jump Lists, Aero Peek and a brand new virtualization feature called XP Mode!

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Windows 7 Release Candidate - The Road to RTM - Changes since the Beta
Language(s):  English. 
Product(s):  Windows 7. 
Audience(s):  IT Manager,IT Professional. 
Duration:  90 Minutes 
Start Date:  Friday, June 12, 2009 11:00 AM Australia (East) 

Speaker Details
Jeff Alexander is a IT Pro Evangelist for Microsoft and travels across Australia speaking to customers and partners about the latest technologies.  Jeff can be seen speaking at Security events, TechEd and other recognised Industry Tech events.  Jeff started as employee number 27 at Microsoft Australia and has been with the company for 21 years.  Jeff’s blog is http://blogs.technet.com/jeffa36 and Twitter is http://www.twitter.com/jeffa36

If you have any questions prior to the event Twitter it with the hashtag #win7live

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