Windows 7 was introduced to ACU in 2012. It can help you be more productive with many routine tasks just taking a couple of clicks, so you can spend less time setting up. And with Windows XP Mode, you can use most of your Windows XP programs in Windows 7.
Here are a few guides and videos to get you started:
- Getting started with Window 7
- Getting around the Desktop (PDF 770KB)
- Tips and Tricks - Lynda.com
- Full list of Windows 7 Features
- Essential Training - Lynda.com
Libraries—new in Windows 7—make it easier to find, work with, and organize files scattered across your PC or network. A library brings your stuff together in one place—no matter where it's actually stored. The result? You get more done.
Jump lists get you where you want to go quickly and easily
Better thumbnail previews, easier to see icons, and more ways to customise
The snipping tool can take a snapshot of all or part of your screen
Cut through the desktop clutter with Peek