Windows 7’s Release Candidate is free and available for download, but what’s all that different from the beta version? Quite a bit, it turns out.
Regular readers will know we’ve been covering Windows 7 for quite a while, but a few changes have still popped up. Here’s the key stuff to watch for.
Virtual XP, a.k.a. XP Mode
The Other Stuff
For the rest of the changes, we’re going to let Microsoft speak for itself on all the little changes to Windows 7 Release Candidate. This helpful video shows off a lot of the new interface, menu, design, and operation tweaks that have gone into the RC since the beta was first launched:
Now that you’ve had a chance to look around and test things out, what do you think of Windows 7 Release Candidate’s looks, feel, and, well, chances at changing Vista-soured minds? Tell us your impressions in the comments.