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Win 7 Incorporates built-in ISO burning

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Yep you read that right. D/l an ISO file and it is automatically supported by Win 7. You double click on the ISO files and a burning window pops up with the ability to select the drive, burning speed, etc.

This is an AWESOME and delayed feature.
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I haven't tried it yet (the ISO feature), but thanks for the heads up. I'm really liking it so far... And I think it's quite similar to Vista in a number of ways.

As a general purpose web-browser/office/email/games OS, I think it's there already... I haven't experienced any problems yet.


Edited by Troy, 13 January 2009 - 07:40 AM.

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