Love or hate Microsoft, Windows 7 arrived officially around midnight last night. Pre-orders will start arriving today and many users will be rebuilding their PC's this weekend. Having lived with the new OS for quite a period of time, the most important thing I think I can say about Windows 7 is that it simply works. As I thought about it, it struck me how unobtrusive the new OS is, which surprisingly is how it should be. Windows 7 runs in a minimal footprint. It rarely harasses the user for decisions. It has a rather nice habit of dealing with most of its own problems. It provides a framework to run your software in. Gone are the heavy system demands of Windows Vista. The "dreaded and hated" user account control has been refined into a truly useful tool. Most of the "unused" added apps (movie maker, windows mail, etc.) have been removed and made available only to those who want them. So as you dig into this latest incarnation of Windows, dig around a little, some nice surprises await you. Find out if you are one of those users who will find the new "Library" feature useful. Introduce yourself to the new "Action Center". And most of all, post your experiences in the appropriate pinned threads at the top of this forum. Common problems and successful resolutions will help all of us. I welcome help from all corners and will be monitoring for your questions.