Windows 7 Desktop Guide for Newbies

November 14, 2009 | By | 7 Replies More

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If you ever made the big switch to Windows 7 sometime last month or are willing to take a plunge into this brand new OS from Microsoft, then I’m sure you’ve been looking for something that would help you become familiar with the various workarounds with much ease.

Windows in a Box is a desktop tool that will guide you through Windows 7 from theme selections to Parental controls to accessing existing functions and settings all in one complete user interface.

Windows 7 in a Box

Windows 7 in a Box

The software is spyware, adware, malware free with the need to install and mobile which means it can run from a flash drive, sleek and light because it doesn’t consume your computer’s resources. Updates about the software will be made available soon.

Just a quick reminder guys, I haven’t used this software yet because at the moment, I still don’t have Windows 7 unless somebody would be willing to donate. I’d appreciate it. I’m not really sure if the software is free because based on the software publisher’s site, it doesn’t say so.

If you find this software interesting to download, you may do so here. If you ever find out whether the software is free or not, please let me know. Thanks!

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  1. Bill says:

    Wow I found what I`m looking for…thanks 🙂
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  2. Mathdelane says:

    You’re welcome!

  3. Computer Repair says:

    Thanks for providing this link. I’m still learning on the fly with this new OS and software, I’m looking for all the tips I can get. Good luck on getting someone to donate the software to you.

  4. Charles says:

    A couple of my friends had downloaded the beta version of 7 and really liked it. Said it was easier to use than Vista, as far as finding stuff and connectivity. Great link for people that hate adjusting to a new OS.
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  5. Mathdelane says:

    It’s good that I was able to find this great resource.

  6. Farhan says:

    Thanks alot. Now I am ablke to customize my windows like my symbian phone 🙂
    I really like the new task manager which provides detailed graphical usage. Thanks

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