The user can now customize the appearance of the Windows lock screen, the Start menu, and various elements of the taskbar. When enabled, groups of icons appear on the Start menu and elsewhere as users perform certain actions: Saving documents and playing music Launching apps Streaming apps Saves games and playlists Connecting to a wired/wireless network Giving computer access to an app or program.
Any updates newer than Windows 7 SP1 will still be downloaded and installed, but if they are already installed as part of an installation or update, they will not be installed again. If there are updates to the OS that do not require an installation, they will be retrieved and Windows Update will check for them and download and install up to the available updates. Installation and updating is a one-time, albeit lengthy, process. As with earlier versions of Windows, Windows Update keeps a record of installed updates, so that when a user runs Windows Update again, a list of updates currently installed, but not yet applied, will be displayed.
Since Windows 7, the E5 CPU designation was extended by Microsoft to designate 32-bit processors that do not exit the secure processor mode or exit the closed state frequently. A Windows 7 installation disc will still be available for 32-bit x86 systems whose computer processor meets this specification to facilitate the installation of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 on those systems. Microsoft claims that four out of every five computers will be compatible. Although the presence of an E5 designation does not imply that the CPU will be transported to the Trusted Platform Module, it helps to identify Windows 7 as a 32-bit version of Windows Vista SP 1.
"We hope by giving them a platform, we can help to convince them to invest the knowledge and resources required to make that content available to us and to other blind and visually impaired people," said Armando Cordova, Senior Director of IFTTT." d2c66b5586