Nov 3, 2009

Windows 7 – organizational functionality

With better navigation in the latest operating system, Windows 7, everyday tasks are easier to access. Introduction of Libraries helps to organize all files – music, videos, pictures, personal documents in a much better way. The new features also enable you to search remote desktop. Windows 7 applications offers several enhanced features for IT professionals like augmented search, browse, and organization that is helpful in deploying and maintaining desktop functionality.

It a nutshell, Windows 7 offers:

•    Better performance and relevance of the search experience
•    Aggregation and visualizations have been introduced to improve the organization of search results.
•    The introduction of libraries to help with organization.
•    Betterment in the performance and user interface of Windows Explorer.
•    All supported operating systems available with added Group Policy settings.
•    An expanded ability to do fast remote queries of file shares, including on Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows XP with Windows Search 4.0 installed.
•    Minimum effect on the server running Microsoft Exchange Server when indexing uncached e-mail.
•    Performance and stability of the indexer gets improved
•    The ability to assign mailboxes for e-mail.
•    Encrypted documents support for indexing local file systems.
•    Support for indexing digitally signed e-mail clients such as Microsoft Outlook.

By Windows Search Service, you can perform quick file searches on a server from your computers which is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. You can also search digitally signed email messages along with the attachments.