Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7 Explained

In anticipation for increased Windows 7 adoption among consumers and businesses this year, Lenovo recently launched Enhanced Experience 2.0 (EE2.0) for Windows 7.

The second generation of the Windows 7 optimization and performance program is exclusive to Lenovo;s wide range of Idea and Think personal computers with Windows 7 pre-installed, and features faster Windows start-up and shutdown time, rich web conferencing capabilities and robust security tools.

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"The release of Lenovo PCs equipped with Enhanced Experience 2.0 provides an ideal opportunity for companies to realize the benefits of Windows 7 as part of their PC refresh cycle," shares Vicky Agorrilla, Country General Manager, Lenovo Philippines. "These organizations will enjoy a positive experience through Lenovo and Windows 7 with faster boot-up and shut-down times as well as better productivity for businesses."

According to Gartner, organizations should have started Windows 7 planning and testing last year in order to move away from Windows XP by the end of 2012, as Microsoft will end support for Windows XP by 2014.

A Better Windows 7 Experience Starts with a Better PC

Lenovo's Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7 is a key differentiating point amongst the brand's competitors that comes with improved features and enhanced Windows start-up and shutdown performance.

With Lenovo RapidBoot technology, customers can start their Lenovo notebook on average 20 seconds faster than a typical Windows 7 PC and offer 28 percent faster shutdown speeds. On select Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 PCs with the optional RapidDrive SSD technology, users can even start their PCs in less than 10 seconds, and open applications up two times faster.

Aside from fast start-up and shutdown speeds, Lenovo Enhanced Experience 2.0 for Windows 7 provides Think-branded PCs including the new Lenovo ThinkPad T420 laptop improved Web conferencing capabilities and industry-leading security features including a fingerprint reader that can be used to power-on the PC, BIOS port lock settings, optional self-encrypting hard drives,and Hardware Password Manager for deploying security features across a number of personal computers.

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