Most computer users who have tested or worked with Windows 7 would probably agree that Windows 7 is a very stable operating system. My guess is that Windows 7 would be the least problematic operating system in a troubleshooting comparison between Windows 7 and Windows Vista or Windows XP. Still, some users do experience errors when using Windows 7. Microsoft has created the Windows 7 Solution Center for these users but also for everyone else who is interested in the new operating system.
Solution also means that the center is not solely concentrating on troubleshooting issues although those make up a large part of the Windows 7 support website. The Windows 7 Solution Center is divided into two key areas. The first a sidebar menu that leads to specific sub-sections like Internet Explorer, Install Upgrade and Activate, Safety and Security or Performance while the second lists resources that lead to posts that contain further information.
A user clicking on the Safety and Security link in the navigation will find article links about backup programs, Windows firewall recommendations, Bitlocker encryption, Windows Live and links to other solution centers in the main area.
The sidebar contains four additional links that contain various support options if the other categories do not contain the answer to a user’s problem. Ask the Community and Self-Support lead to the Microsoft Answers forum and provide links to Microsoft blogs and other resources on Technet or MSDN. The Microsoft Answer forum is a support forum that Microsoft users from all over the world can access to post and answer questions about Microsoft products. The last two navigational links lead to assisted support requests and customer service requests.
The Windows 7 Solution Center offers a collection of helpful links for users who experience problems with their operating system. Users who are experiencing troubles can visit the Solution Center for troubleshooting help and support.