Microsoft is making learning your way around Windows 7 easy with some bite-size Silverlight videos using a natty snack player
If you want to see what all the fuss is about this Windows 7 stuff, without having to bother finding a copy of the beta, finding a registration code, getting a spare PC, drive or partition, or even looking at endless screenshots. Then, why not take a look at a neat set of animations
(Silverlight required), produced by Microsoft.
A simple guide on migrating from Vista to Windows 7
Admittedly, you do need to install Silverlight
to view them, but the results are at least informative, if not Pixar
quality, with narratives of problems and solutions. There are seven snacks so far and each covers a different lesson, be it migration, the power shell, user interface and other features. As part of the Springboard series of TechNet articles, they provide useful backgrounders on what to expect and how it will improve the process of migrating a company from earlier versions of Windows.
Microsoft is putting a lot into Windows 7 education
If you're unsure about how Windows 7 will fit into your business the snacks are worth a browse, although we do have the feeling it all sounds a little too simple and easy...