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October 22, 2009

Windows 7 Launch Promo

 

Finally, the day is here. Windows 7 will be officially launched i.e: Thursday, 22nd October 2009.

Here you can view the Promo video that Microsoft is and will be playing at different Launch Events around the globe.


 

Microsoft celebrates the general availability of Windows 7 with a series of launch events around the globe. A wave of new PC models designed around the new operating system will be unveiled, along with the latest information on how to get Windows 7. PressPass will have complete coverage of the launch events,including live streaming video, event photos, video highlights and more.

 

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“The New Efficiency – Windows 7″ Launch Event in Pakistan

 

 

 
The New Efficiency – Windows 7 launch event will be held at the Sheraton Hotel, Karachi on 22nd October at 08:45 AM. At the new efficiency launch event, you’ll see how new products like Windows 7, Windows 2008 R2, and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 are here to help you meet challenges head-on. Take the lead and deliver low-cost solutions to put your business on the path to growth.
 

  • Get more from existing systems with practical solutions that work together
  • Simplify IT infrastructure to lower costs and manage compliance demands
  • Build on skills with innovations based on familiar interfaces supported by Microsoft
  • Connect people to information using advanced products

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October 17, 2009

Windows Help program for Windows 7

 

Microsoft Releases Windows Help program (WinHlp32.exe) for Windows 7

  
Windows Help (WinHlp32.exe) is required to display 32-bit Help files that have the “.hlp” file name extension.
To view .hlp files on Windows 7, you need to install this application.
 
WinHlp32.exe is a Help program that has been included with Microsoft Windows versions starting with the Microsoft Windows 3.1 operating system. However, the Windows Help program has not had a major update for many releases and no longer meets Microsoft’s standards.

Therefore, starting with the release of Windows Vista and continuing in Windows 7, the Windows Help program will not ship as a feature of Windows.

 

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