Dell rolls out Windows-7 powered models
Dubai, October 23, 2009
Dell has launched its extensive portfolio of consumer laptops, desktops and netbooks, powered by Windows 7 aimed at 'simplifying the overall computing experience.'
Dell said it is 'delivering beauty, form and function from a 10-inch 'Inspiron Mini 10' netbook to the ultra-powerful Dell PrecisionTM T7500 workstation powered by Microsoft Windows 7.'
The company said on Friday that initially more than 80 models are available with the new operating system.
Dell said it worked closely with Microsoft during the development of Windows 7 and both companies are committed to delivering a great customer experience and superior long term value.
'Countless hours of testing and close collaboration with software providers contributed to the outstanding performance, increased productivity and efficiency security and usability of Windows 7,' said a senior official.
“With Windows 7, Dell will deliver a great experience for our laptop and desktop customers. The new operating system will help accelerate a whole new market for touch enabled PCs, dramatically improve laptop computing, and make gaming better than ever,” said Alex Gruzen, senior vice president of Dell consumer products.
“The unprecedented level of collaboration between Dell and Microsoft in recent years ensures Windows 7 performs smoothly across our entire product line. From Inspiron to Alienware, people will be delighted with their Dell systems designed with Windows 7,” he added.
Some of the key features include:
•Faster boot times, easy navigation, advanced search and intuitive networking are all key reasons Dell sees Windows 7 as a real win for its customers, particularly for laptop users, rapidly becoming the preferred computer platform.
•Pristine, icon-free Help reduce clutter on the desktop with easy shortcuts via “Jump Lists” and “Pinned Applications” while the Dell Dock on consumer systems provides an intuitive user interface, expanding access to files.
•Connect Windows 7 PCs easily using HomeGroup with simple file and printer sharing within home or small business networks.
•Enhanced security for businesses with the ability to encrypt USB drives that are attached to a system and limit the applications that can be installed.
•Fast and easy access to business data without the use of virtual private network software.
Popular activities such as surfing the internet, managing busy household schedules, sharing pictures, creating family videos and playing computer games all became easier and much more fun using Windows 7 on a Dell PC.
Depending on their specific needs, customers can configure most Inspiron, Studio, Adamo and Alienware systems with Windows 7 Premium, Professional or Ultimate.
Dell is also pre-installing Windows Live Essentials on all Windows 7 consumer PCs making it easier than ever to chat and/or blog with friends, quickly share amazing photos, create stunning video clips and search the internet for relevant tips and facts for any lifestyle.-TradeArabia News Service
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