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The Five Pillars of Windows 7 (part 3 of 5)

Bryant at AeroXP is back with part 3 of his look at the Windows 7 pillars:

Pillar Three: Personalized Computing for Everyone

It’s as it sounds. Microsoft will move to transform Windows 7 from a generic operating system (despite how pretty Vista happens to be) to one which users can identify with. Will we finally see third party themes?

The irony in this pillar is that the scenarios focus more on globalized access of resources than the Designed for Services pillar does. Given the early nature of all of this, I'm sure things will become more organized.

There's even a nice HomeGroup ("Castle") shot:

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