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Sky Player Windows 7 Media Center

The Sky Player Windows 7 Media Center comes with BSkyB content and brings some great and advanced broadcasting scenario. The new operating system is sure to bring some extremely big results.

The debut on the Xbox with a move in to Windows Media Center has been one of the few surprises with Windows 7 launch coming over. The launch date for Sky has been hinted but it still rema

tiligo treatment'>what is vitiligo treatmentins a mystery. They are being meant to shoot off with TechRadar along with Sky’s online TV service. This is about to create a new and innovative way for people to watch TV in the UK.

On demand the TV on PC is just making a comeback. This would be a grand release and would prove to be rather simple to use for people. The latest blockbuster movies can be seen as well as live action sports.

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Microsoft offers £100 discount on Windows 7 pre-order

Microsoft has announced the programme for its new OS Windows 7 pre-order and under this programme one get £100 discount on the Professional and Home Premium versions of the Windows7.

Windows 7 to be launched on October 22, but you can give up only £49.99 for a Home Premium copy and only £99.99 for Professional. These prices are considerably lower than the RRPs of £149.99 and £219.99 at the launch time of the new operating system.

The pre-orders can be placed through Microsoft retail partners like Argos, Amazon and Comet.

The new Windows 7 will not be available with a browser in the UK and it will also require a clean install. You will have to get the back up of your all files before getting new installation and you would also require some browser like IE 8 or some other for this purpose.

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60 percent businesses have no plan to adopt Windows 7, survey shows

There are many who have skipped Windows Vista, but a considerable number of businesses are not willing to move to Windows 7 instantly, at least the results of a new survey suggest so.

In the survey, in which feedback from over 1000 IT administration was received, show that nearly 60 percent businesses have no plan to adopt Windows 7. Scrip Logic was the company who conducted that survey in which 1000 responses were received out of 20,000 survey that were distributed.

Nearly one third of survey respondent told that they were planning to deploy by the end of next year, and nearly 5.4% said that they are considering moving to Windows 7 by the end of this year. Nearly 60% responded said that they had no plans at that time, however, there are chances that some of them would move to the new OS.

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Simpler Choices: Microsoft announces Windows 7 versions

With the claims of providing simpler choices to their customers, Microsoft has just announced its different versions of Windows 7 officially.

Windows 7 Professional and Windows 7 Home Premium are the two main versions about which the Software maker looks quite keen to talk about, but you shouldn’t think that only few versions are out there, as there are 5 in UK and 6 worldwide. Aside from that there are some nice implications for netbooks as well.

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