What are the most under-appreciated features in Windows 7?

tommyg
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jimlynch
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Hi TommyG,

Here's a pretty good article covers some of Windows 7 less appreciated features. These might help folks appreciate Windows 7 more. It's always funny how some features get tons of hype and others are completely ignored by the media. Go figure. Heh.

Windows 7’s Best Underhyped Features
http://lifehacker.com/5254211/windows-7s-best-underhyped-features

"We've run down the top 10 Windows 7 features and the best new features in the RC, but after using Windows 7 exclusively for a week straight, the real goods are in the small stuff.

While you've no doubt seen a few of these features mentioned before, most of the items below have received the least attention from Windows 7 previews. It's these less sexy, but very useful features, that make me think the more I use Windows 7, the less chance I'll ever use Vista or XP again."

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