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1/27/2011
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Serdar Yegulalp
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Top Features Absent From Windows 7

From dropping SteadyState to the lack of touch support, universal software updates, or third-party hardware support there's still a great deal missing from the Microsoft operating system. Some, inexplicably, didn't carry over from XP or Vista and others still haven't materialized despite widespread, ongoing demand. Why would Microsoft skimp on offering features that seem in their best interest to provide natively? One possibility is that they don't feel that way -- because they're waiting for so
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A major feature of SteadyState was disk protection, which made it possible for a system to be restored to a given set-point after each reboot.

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