Although Google Reader is probably one of my favorite RSS (Really Simple Syndication) readers, Windows 7 also has a clean and straightforward RSS Reader/Gadget built-in. The Windows 7 Feed Reader gadget runs very lightly, and you shouldn’t notice any performance issues, unlike old Windows Vista gadgets. Although it’s not as robust as Google Reader, it’s good enough for keeping track of just a few feeds real-time which can be handy for news sites or groovyPost! 🙂
Unlike the gadget from Windows Vista, the new Feed Reader does not manage its own list of RSS feeds. Instead, feeds are pulled directly from your Internet Explorer Feed Subscriptions. Make sense? Let’s take a closer look!
How To Manage and Organize Windows 7 Feed Reader
1. First, let’s bring the gadget to the visible desktop. To do this Right-Click any open space on the Desktop. Then Click