Unlike its predecessor, Windows Vista, Windows 7 is intended to be a more focused upgrade to the Windows line of operating systems, with the goal of being compatible with applications and hardware with which Windows Vista was already compatible. Make the things you do every day easier with improved desktop navigation. Start programs faster and more easily, and quickly find the documents you use most often. Make your web experience faster, easier and safer than ever with Internet Explorer 8. Watch many of your favorite TV shows for free when and where you want with Internet TV. Easily create a home network and connect your PCs to a printer with HomeGroup.
Run many Windows XP business programs in Windows XP Mode (separate download). Connect to company networks easily and more securely with Domain Join. In addition to full-system Backup and Restore found in all editions, you can back up to a home or business network. Help protect data on your PC and portable storage devices against loss or theft with BitLocker. Work in the language of your choice and switch between any of 35 languages. Some standard applications that have been included with prior releases of Microsoft Windows, such as Windows Calendar, Windows Mail, Windows Movie Maker, and Windows Photo Gallery, are not included in Windows 7; most are instead offered separately at no charge as part of the Windows Live Essentials suite.
Below is a list of our Windows 7 tutorials. All tutorials are complete with easy to follow step by step DIY instructions complete with illustrations. If you have an idea for a future article or need help on a specific problem feel free to leave a comment.