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Introduction to Windows 7 by Barbacuta, Flores, Szabo
Table of Contents 2
Main article: Development of Windows 7 5
New and changed features 7
Main article: Features new to Windows 7 7
Main article: Features removed from Windows 7 10
Main article: Windows 7 editions 11
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