Come spend the afternoon with us going through a fun, hands-on-lab and presentation-based seminar that will go over some the new features and benefits of Windows 7. According to many independent reviews, Windows 7 will definitely be an OS to deploy in the enterprise, so it’s not a question of IF you will need to work with Windows 7, but rather WHEN. That being the case, this is a great way to get a head start on the training you need RIGHT now with this FREE seminar, so you can be prepared when users call you about Windows 7. This session will enable you to hit the road running on the latest version of Windows, or at the very least, help you find out if this is really as good as you have heard!
We will start the afternoon installing the latest available public build of Windows 7 on your test computer, (preferably laptop), that meets the minimum configuration listed below. We will run through some of the key improvements that have been made from the user perspective and we’ll also take a look at some of the great new features Windows 7 has to better manage your computers in the corporate environment.
Click on one of the cities below to register. All events will be held at the Microsoft facilities, check the registration page for address.
GA, Alpharetta - June 11, 2009 1PM-5PM
PA, Pittsburgh - June 17, 2009 1PM-5PM
PA, Malvern - June 3, 2009 1PM-5PM
VA, Reston - June 5, 2009 1PM-5PM
Make sure your desktop or laptop meets these minimum requirements:
• 1 GHz 32-bit or 64-bit processor
• 1 GB of system memory
• 16 GB of available disk space
• Support for DirectX 9 graphics with 128 MB memory (to enable the Aero theme)
• DVD-R/W Drive
*Offer open only to IT Professionals who are legal residents of the 50 United States (includes District of Columbia) who register and attend one of the Windows 7 Loadfests between May 7 and June 30, 2009. Limit one DVD per registered attendee while supplies last. This offer ends on June 30 , 2009, and is not redeemable for cash. Taxes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the recipient. Gift must be claimed on-site by the end of each event.
Sounds like a fun event John. Saw this event on Laura Hunter's blog.
The Reston office is about a mile from where I work so that makes things very convenient :)
See you all next month.