Whether you’re leaping directly from Windows XP to Windows 7 or you stopped in Vista territory along the way, you’ll find that the latest version of Microsoft’s operating system handles media files in several new ways. The methods for photo and video importing, editing, and exporting have been all updated. You have new options for sharing and streaming files between computers. And media libraries become more-versatile vessels for finding and managing media files. I’ll explain how to get started with these and other entertainment features of Windows 7. [ For complete coverage on Microsoft’s new Windows 7 operating system — including hands-on reviews, video tutorials and advice on enterprise rollouts– see CIO.com’s Windows 7 Bible. ]Check Out the LibrariesWindows 7 manages media files differently than previous Windows OSs did. It retains the familiar Pictures, Videos, Music, and Documents folders, but you can assign additional library locations in order to collect your media files more dynamically.Slideshow: 7 Tools to Ease Your Windows 7 Rollout Slideshow: Windows 7 in Pictures: 10 Cool Desktop FeaturesThe libraries in Windows 7 organize file types to help applications find media more easily. By default, programs look to the Pictures, Videos, Music, and Documents folders instead of… Read full this story
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