Windows 7 is an operating system released by Microsoft on October 22, 2009. It follows the previous (sixth) version of Windows, called Windows Vista.
Like previous versions of Windows, Windows 7 has a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows you to interact with items on the screen using a keyboard and mouse. However, Windows 7 is also includes a feature called "Windows Touch" that supports touchscreen input and multitouch functionality. For example, you can right-click a file by touching it with one finger and tapping it with another. You can also zoom in on an image by touching it with two fingers, then spreading your fingers apart. Windows 7 is bundled with several touch-ready programs that are designed for touchscreen use.
Windows 7 likewise incorporates a few new mixed media highlights. One case is "Play To," a program that enables you to stream sound and video to various PCs or gadgets inside your home. The "HomeGroup" highlight makes it simple to share media records and other information between PCs. It additionally makes it conceivable to share printers on a home system. The "Remote Media Streaming" element enables you to get to the music, video, and photograph libraries on your PC from remote areas.