MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- CustomGuide, a leading provider of business and computer training, announces the release of training for Windows 7. Windows 7 training is currently available as print-on-demand courseware, and interactive web-based training is in the last stages of development.
Windows 7 training is expected to be popular with corporations and organizations that are upgrading to Windows 7. "Most computers are still running Windows XP, which was released in 2001, so there will be a learning curve for people making the switch," Jon High, president of CustomGuide said. "Training will help users take advantage of new features in Windows 7."
CustomGuide's Windows 7 training is created for users from a broad range of experience: those new to computers, users making the move from an earlier version of Windows, or even advanced users wanting to learn tricks and best practices. All of the new and exciting Windows 7 features are covered in the training, including the new Windows Aero features, Libraries, Jump Lists, and the taskbar.
"Windows 7 is the most exciting version of Windows that Microsoft has released since Windows 95," said High. "We are excited to provide training for an operating system that has changed the way people use their computers, making a productive work force even more efficient."
CustomGuide provides customizable Skills Assessments, Printable Courseware, and Online Learning, and specializes in training materials that are tailored for people who want to learn quickly at their own pace. One of the fastest-growing software training companies in the world, CustomGuide has more than 3,000 customers in 80 countries. Their website is http://www.customguide.com
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