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    Post The Windows 7 Boot Animation

    The final design in Windows 7 shows energy approaching from four directions, that join to form a light that projects through a window (of course it is no coincidence that the Windows logo resembles a window!). A subtle pulse indicates progress thereafter; another design detail that reinforces the liveliness of Windows 7ís personality.

    Now that new boot visuals display a rich animation that reflects the Windows 7 personality, the pearl animation seemed out-of-date and redundant, and was removed. As a result, we saved the time it takes to play this animation after boot is complete.

    You may also be wondering what happened to the startup sound. In Vista, the sound had to be synchronized with the pearl animation to produce the highest quality experience. We changed the sound to now play asynchronously, anytime after the logon screen loads. On most hardware that we tested, this is right when the logon screen displays. We heard customer feedback in Vista that the sound played and caught your attention, but boot was not yet complete. So in addition to performance benefits, this change also improves the user experience by letting users know when their machine is ready for use.

    Full read at E7 Blog.


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    Just goes to show the amount of thought required to build every little feature of something of this magnitude.

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    ^Yup.. They need to think a lot before implementing ideas.. Anyways, they have done an excellent job...Thanks MS for everything..

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    couldn't have put it better myself. Well done MS

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    as all know again from the build7057 of W7, the logon & logoff screen are changed.....

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    See the pictures sequence....
    Windows 7 has 3 screens only and Vista has 4 screens....

    Windows 7 is faster than Vista

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramesh Kumar MVP View Post
    See the pictures sequence....
    Windows 7 has 3 screens only and Vista has 4 screens....

    Windows 7 is faster than Vista
    ROTFL mao!

    I've got a question.
    Is it possible to change easly the animation ?

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    ^ try tune up utilities styler, if you easily wants to change the start up animation of Vista. | Tune Up Utilities.

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    Is it possible to change easly the animation ?
    If you are referring to Windows 7, then you have no chance.

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