First introduced in Windows XP, allows an administrator to accept an invitation from a user and then connect to that user's machine to help the user technically from a remote location.
Windows Vista introduced a new vertical bar that is displayed on the side of the desktop called the?
Allows the computer administrator(or parent) to configure how other family members will be able to use the computer system.
Are hardware devices or software application that either restrict or allow users and data from an internal or external source.
Windows Vista Ultimate only supports two physical processors with a maximum of two cores in each processor?(True/False)
Windows 7 Starter, Windows 7 Home Basic, Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 7 Ultimate
List the six editions of Windows 7:(In order)
The Windows 7 ___________ bar is now gone and has been replaced by the Taskbar and Jump list.
A new feature to the Windows lineup, and they allow you to quickly access files that you have been working on.
Windows XP mode
Allows an organization that chooses to upgrade to Windows 7 to still have the ability to run older Windows XP applications on the Windows 7 operating system.
Windows 7 networking has been made easier with the improvements of utilizing _______________. Using this feature provides an easy way to set up a network with Windows 7.
Are instances on a website that you can access without the need of accessing the site itself.
Microsoft has also removed many of the fluff items that Windows Vista used, allowing for better performance.
A 32-bit operating system can handle up to _______GB of RAM, while a 64-bit operating system can handle up to ____EB or RAM.(format ## ##)
Planning a Windows 7 rollout is one of the hardest and most important tasks that you will perform when installing Windows 7.(True/False)
Many times Microsoft releases multiple editions of the operating system contained within the same Windows 7 media disk.(True/False)
Windows 7 Home Basic
Which edition of 7 is not going to be available to U.S. customers, although it's name includes the word "Home" in it?