Printing-Friendly Windows 7 FeaturesOctober 26, 2009 No Comments
Microsoft has enjoyed a fairly good reception of its newest operating system, the Windows 7. The early buzz about this particular OS is that it is hand down better than Windows vista, the OS which never really captured the market. It is noteworthy, then, to pin-point two features of Windows 7 that may benefit users in the aspect of printing.
Businesses or homes which edit and print a lot of images would find Windows 7′s Display Colour Calibration Wizard very useful. This feature allow users to calibrate their computer monitors to display colors more naturally and texts sharper. Who doesn’t want the truest colors in their photos?
Accessing this wizard is very simple. Press the windows key, type DCCW, and then press the Enter key. The wizard will take the user through in setting the correct gamma, brightness and contrast parameters of the monitor.
Secondly, Windows 7 is advantageous to people with laptops or netbooks that needs to print to and fro in the office and at home wirelessly.
With Windows 7, users need not manually set the default printer every time they need to print at home after coming from the office or vice versa . This tedious act will be automatically performed by the computer. Windows 7 itself detects the printer in the network and makes it the default printer.
This two features of Windows 7 are a big help in day-to-day printing.