The changes to the Windows 7 interface have gotten a lot of play, but some of the new built-in tools are just as compelling. Deb Shinder runs through some of the most impressive enhancements, from the ISO burner to the Biometric Framework to PowerShell v2.
via 10 cool tools in Windows 7 | 10 Things | TechRepublic.com.
I’ve been fiddling with Windows 7 for a couple of weeks now and the release candidate seems pretty stable. It still seems to do a lot of disk thrashing for the first 10 minutes or so after it starts, but that’s about the worst I’ve seen.