My Windows 7 Club Party experience

03 November, 2009 | | 2 comments |

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My friends will pronounce me a SINNER if I don't share my Windows 7 club party experience. The party was strictly-by-invitation despite being opened to the public for registrations. At the most, only 25 early bird registrations were approved from general public. Lots of surprises, shockers and bouncers expected by everybody since the party was held at an exotic location - The Boat Club, Mumbai during evening and the audience were explicitly asked as to what their dinner preferences were - Veg. or Non-Veg. Also the audience were given to choose over the web-site whether they would like to participate in installing Windows 7 which never really manifested. So many parameters set before the party and did it live up to it's surprise ... ? Yes, with a lot of BOOZERS, SHOCKERS, SURPRISES and much more...


Firstly, the party venue turned out to be a chill-out hotel and a bar with a kind of a Jacuzzi theme. Surprises surely for everybody coz they(including me) previously thought of a gigantic hall in their mind. Secondly, the organizers had Tablet Laptops and touch-based LCD-cum-PC to let the audience experience the very touch capabilities of Windows 7. Surface Lagoon, Microsoft Maps, Windows XP Mode, Office 2010, Aero interface, Live Essentials, Security Essentials, etc were the other Apps. and features which the audience were enlightened about. From delicacies and relishment point-of-view we had starters and a choice of beer/cold-drink/juice. The crowd was quite sophisticated owing to the very fact that the party was held in Bandra, Mumbai. Overall I'll rate this party 4/5. A nice treat indeed.



Now witness the party scenes in PIXELS :



Hardik Shah [Guru] with Aviraj

Windows 7 Club Party

Windows 7 Club Party

Windows 7 Club Party

Windows 7 Club Party

Windows 7 Club Party

2 comments:

Joel said...

I so wanted to come for the party. But as they say, Man proposes, God disposes and how! By disposing me in my native place!

Anonymous said...

Hey are you a professional journalist? This article is very well written, as compared to most other blogs i saw today….
anyhow thanks for the good read!