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Windows 7: Win 7RC and Fully working Systems

12 May 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Win 7RC and Fully working Systems

I thought for a change from all the bad things being said that we could have a place where people can tell us what hardware setups work great with Windows 7 RC.

I have RC installed in a HP Mini 1035NR and from what I can tell everything works great.

Software I use:
Firefox 3.0.10
yahoo messenger newest
Sure thing CD labeler
Windows Live Mail
Bejeweled 2
Google Earth

I keep most softare updated. I use a 2GB SD card as a readyboost drive. I also watch a lot of movies with media player and have not installed any codec for any. Well can't think of any other things to say but that I love windows 7 and thats a big thing from a me.

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12 May 2009   #2

Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, OSX El Capitan, Windows 10 (VMware)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by macgyver2 View Post
retired SSG US Army/DHS - finally
Congratulation Sir to your retirement and I wish you can enjoy your peacful time for a looong time.

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12 May 2009   #3

Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, OSX El Capitan, Windows 10 (VMware)

As for my two or three years old home built machine:

CPU: Core2 2.6 GHz
Memory: 4 GBs
Video: ATI Radeon x1950 512 GBs memory
HDD: 4x320 GBs SATA II
Network card: Realtek RTL8168B/8111B Family PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet NIC
Sound card: I have one, I really do...
Software: MS Office 2007, Firefox, Java, but I am not done yet...

WPI rating: 5.8 (HDD score being the lowest)

All in all, with one minor issue at installation, Windows 7 64-bit seems faster that Vista 64-bit on the same box. The graphic is definitely nicer and peppier...

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12 May 2009   #4

windows 7 rc 64bit and vista 32bit

I agree with you both
my home built system
Asus PK5 deluxe mother board
Intel quad core processor
3 gig ddr3
2 western Digital 300 hard drives
2 Asus ATI 4870 i gig crossfired
Creative Fatality extreme sound card
i use bullguard anti virus
adaware 2008 free
lots of 1st person shootergames Ghost recon advanc ware2 Call of duty medal of honour Crysis etc etc
everything runs very well with win 7 64 bit
graphics are crisper and my compuetr bench mark has improved dramatically from vista 32 bit and xp service pack 3.
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12 May 2009   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x64.

Nice to know utorrent has a place in your heart. Enjoy your stay around here

You are right in the fact there has been a lot of negativity around these parts lately. As a general home user myself (I also game) I too am enjoying using windows 7 and have non of the problems that are being reported. It is of my opinion that half of these problems are user generated but its just so much easier blaming Windows. I'm not a windows fan boy at all but think this is a great os.

Good score you got there aswell

By the way chaps if you go into usercp at the top of your page, you can fill out your system details etc etc then you can check them out underneath your name.

+1 My computer works as it should.
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12 May 2009   #6
Microsoft MVP


New system built for the Win7 (x64) beta:
Intel Core i7 920
Asus P6T Deluxe mobo
12 gB of DDR3
ATI 4870 w/512 mB
Highpoint Rocket RAID controller
4 - 300 gB Velociraptors in RAID 5

I run (on all my systems):
Firefox (w/Image Zoom, Tab Control, AdBlock Plus, Xmarks)
Thunderbird (w/Lightning)
Hotmail Popper (last freeware version)
Microsoft Office Ultimate
Windows Debugging Tools
Avast antivirus
Foxit Reader
Logitech SetPoint
Virtual PC (w/Win2K, XP, Vista, Server 2003R2, and Server 2008 VM's)
Process Explorer
Acronis True Image
Acronis Disk Director
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12 May 2009   #7
Captain Zero

Windows 7 Home Premium x64

System specs below. I've installed the RC 4-5 times now. I've been experimenting with different applications and settings and keeping notes. Once I have a good base of applications that I want to regularly use, I make my final build using ONLY those programs.

For now, I'm installing anything I want to try, just to see how well it works. Knowing I'll wipe again in a day or two is liberating.

So far, I haven't found much that doesn't work with W7x64 and once I do my next build, it will be setup with only the programs I want. I like a 0-uninstall policy.
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12 May 2009   #8

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Cr00zng View Post
Congratulation Sir to your retirement and I wish you can enjoy your peacful time for a looong time.

Thanks, wasn't the way I wanted to retire but me and my wife will be finishing up our surgeries and buying an RV and visiting all the great places in this country. It was a long 5 years and who knows I might work with DHS again next year when I get bored unless I find some cool Tech company to work for.

On another note I will be getting an Alienware M17 for my RV machine can't wait to see how 7 works on a mega laptop.
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12 May 2009   #9

XP, Win_7 64 7100

wiped my vista 64, Ubuntu 9.04, and Win 7 beta partitions. I am all in with RC and only keeping Xp for just in case. I like it so much it will likely be the only OS I regularly use. Sorry ubuntu old friend but like Win 7 - RC that much. It does it all for me and is secure enough when using care. And game perfromance is back to where it needs to be to say good by to xp

Win_7 64, win xp
CPU- Intel 6600
Motherboard- ASUS P5E3 Deluxe X-38 chipset
Memory- 1033 4x1 GB
Graphics Card(s)- ATI 4850x2
Sound Card- Integrated RealTEK (ATI HD driver installed) Monitor(s)
Displays- Syncmaster 23" wide screen
Screen Resolution- 1920x1299
Hard Drives-Highpoint Raid controller
Raid 0 x2 WD 300 GB velociraptors array
Raid 1 750 GB array
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12 May 2009   #10

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

wonder if there are any Alienware rigs out there with 7 RC on it?
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