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Connectivity is set to be a major area for improvement in the new Windows operating system.

Experts have been excited by the suggestion that mobile broadband services from 3G-embedded laptops will be improved by the forthcoming Windows 7.

Brandon LeBlanc, the Windows Client Communications Team's Windows communications manager, gave commentators food for thought with a statement which suggests that mobile broadband will benefit.

It read: "Windows 7's Mobile Broadband enhancements give people a more reliable way to connect to the internet using a wireless modem."

However, this exciting new release is not likely to enhance connections in the near future.

Broadband Genie reveals: "Consumers will have to wait a little longer before they experience these improvements for themselves; Windows 7 is not scheduled for general release until later this year, or early next year."

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