Microsoft details the changes they made based on beta tester feedback for the upcoming Windows 7 Release Candidate release.
The changes are to be found on the UI and also deep in the underlying code.
The list of changes starts with Aero Peek now available also during ALT+TAB cycling through the open apps. Aero Peek is also enabled now for touchscreen interfaces. Overall Microsoft details 36 changes that are more visible. The last point is about performance that shows how the beta test community helped Microsoft to improve the Start Menu open times.
More details on the Windows 7 RC changes can be found on the Engineering Windows 7 blog. Via Techmeme. As reported earlier today, Microsoft keeps us guessing if Windows 7 is coming in 2009 or in 2010.
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