Three New South Wales (NSW) secondary schools are passing out netbooks loaded with Windows 7 a little ahead of everyone else. According to Australian IT, the initial impressions of Windows 7 have been very positive.
About 9,000 NSW teachers have been using Windows 7 RC to get accustomed to the new operating system before it is widely deployed as part of Australia’s $2 billion (AUD) digital education revolution project.
Lenovo Australia won a contract to distribute 267,000 netbooks to students and teachers this year and next.
The NSW Department of Education will use Windows 7 exclusively on its new netbooks.
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