The Return Of Windows After Its Devas

By October 17th, 2010 AT 1:26 AM

The Return Of Windows After Its DevasThe return of Windows after its devastating version of Vista which came out to be disastrous in many incident.

Now it has come back in a popular avatar dubbed in as Windows 7. Now that Windows 7 has lived up to the expectations of many users and much better than that of its previous version.

Microsoft the makers of Windows are now focused in introducing Windows Phone 7 , the mobile OS for all Windows running smart phones. Now Microsoft has a phone designed to complete the Windows experience, designed with web services in mind, so you can simply log in to your phone and get started right away.

MS claims Windows Phone 7 is going to be the first device designed from the ground up with Windows Live in mind. Right from the start, you can enter your Windows Live ID on your phone, and it will connect over the air to Hotmail, Messenger, SkyDrive, and the rest of Windows Live.

Windows 7 phone will now support multiple ActiveSync connections, you can connect to your Exchange server at work and view all of your mail, both calendars, and your entire contact list on your phone. And similar to Hotmail on the web, it’s really easy to make quick edits to Office documents you receive as email attachments and reply.

In addition to your contact list, Windows Live brings feeds and social updates right to your phone, so you can see a feed of activity from your favorite people across Messenger and your connected networks including Facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace. One can also change your status message on Messenger right from your phone by clicking on your display picture, and your status message is shared right away on your connected social networks including Facebook, LinkedIn, and MySpace. You can also comment and view other people’s comments right from the feed.

If you lose your Windows Phone, you can track it down right from Windows Live. Simply go to http://windowsphone.live.com and you can locate your phone on a map, ring your phone (even if it’s on silent or vibrate), or lock or erase a phone that has been lost. After you find your phone (or if you get a new one), just type in your Windows Live ID, and your mail, calendar, contacts, and more will come right back to your phone.

We believe Vodafone India might launch this phone for India consumers.

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WP7 looks promising. But no copy paste/no real multi tasking etc are not pleasing!

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