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The new Windows 7 operating system won't be released until Oct. 22, but already the system has received good marks from Ohio high school students, reports the Newark Advocate. "It's essentially what Windows Vista was supposed to be," said senior Montie Mortine, 18, who is in the computer information systems program at the Career and Technology Education Centers of Licking County's Satellite School. "It's the little things that make an operating system useful." Students in instructor Ernie Drumm's computer program, housed at Central Ohio Technical College, have been working with Windows 7 for almost the entire school year. "I was
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