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Monday, January 19, 2009
  A Closer Look At The XPS Viewer In Windows 7
There's quite a bit of buzz about Windows 7, and also about the XPS support in Windows 7.
Windows 7 contains the XPS virtual printer (MXDW) and a reworked XPS Viewer that is now by default a standalone application (in contract of the rather steange choice in Vista to host it always in Internet Explorer).

I'm a regular reader of the Digital Document blog from Debenu. It's primarily focused on PDF, but it holds a healthy, refreshing and open view on other things like XPS.
And great debate: we're now having an exchange about the merits of PDF and XPS when pitched against each other. Follow it here.
 
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