Tuesday 22 December – Main Meeting – 6–8 pm

Alex Zaharov-Reutt

Want to know more about Windows 7 now that it’s been out on the market for a couple of months and new deals from Microsoft and plenty of new Windows 7 hardware and PCs in stores are now available?

Then come along to our last meeting for 2009 and even the decade, unless you believe the end of the decade is actually December 31, 2010, and learn more about Microsoft’s best-ever operating system!

More compatible than Vista with just about everything, with a user interface sporting genuinely useful changes and enhancements, it’s the operating system that’s breathing new life into older PCs with XP and especially Vista, and actually delivering a surprisingly consistent level of trouble-free performance.

Of course, if you go loading your system with endless freely downloadable shovelware from free-software-of-the-day sites and elsewhere online, then you are likely to experience more problems than the everyday Windows 7 user. Perhaps a lot more, especially if you’re sucked into downloading innocent looking toolbars that mask adware, if not spyware.

All that aside, Windows 7 is undeniably Microsoft’s best yet, delivering a far more polished and reliable experience than XP has ever delivered. if you’ve got questions about upgrading or the new hardware on sale at retail now, and what’s coming in 2010, along with the latest on Apple’s iPad/iPhone Pro rumours, as well as getting a brief preview of CES, the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas every January, then come along to the December Main Meeting of the SPCUG!

See you there, Alex.

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