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Windows 7: Windows 7 Almost Twice as Many Users as Vista

22 Aug 2010   #21
KazeNoKoe23

Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DJROD View Post
Yea. Its the closest thing to make alot of XP users finally want to change to another Windows Operating System. Alot of XP HAS changed to 7. So far i love it. I cant see any flaws to make me say anything bad about it yet.
The way I see it, 7 combines what people loved about XP (performance) and what people loved about Vista (new technologies, better security). And yes, people did love these things about Vista.


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22 Aug 2010   #22
Dave76

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Ult x64 - SP1/ Windows 8 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by EnNajmy View Post
7 is the best , Visa is the worst and XP is still alive

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There is nothing wrong with Vista, What problems did you encounter when using Vista?

I used it for years, right after SP1, it's a great OS.
Vista's only problem is that it uses the system resources so heavily resulting in a very low performance compared to Win 7 . The most noticeable slowness of Vista is at the start up time

I suggest you try using Win 7 for sometime to get to realize what is really wrong with Vista . You know , If I was asked to choose XP or Vista , I'd immediately choose XP because it's much lighter and has better performance than Vista and of course Win 7 stays at the top !

PS : You will only feel your PC's power only when using XP or Win 7 not the resources eater monster ( i.e :Vista )

Oh , Did I happen to mention the fact that Vista gets slower and slower by time especially if you're a computer geek who always installs and uninstalls programs . Also after few weeks of a fresh Vista install it'll start hanging and crashing and displaying BSOD !

Please don't misunderstand me and think that I am Anti-Vista user but I just think it's a failed OS for the pre-mentioned facts that every ex-Vista user know about
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Oh , Did I happen to mention the fact that Vista gets slower and slower by time especially if you're a computer geek who always installs and uninstalls programs . Also after few weeks of a fresh Vista install it'll start hanging and crashing and displaying BSOD !

Please don't misunderstand me and think that I am Anti-Vista user but I just think it's a failed OS for the pre-mentioned facts that every ex-Vista user know about
As both a Vista & Win 7 user suffice to say you have made a sweeping statement above with which I won't agree.
Ok , let me get it . you don't agree to the fact that Vista is slow and uses the system resources heavily , do you ?

If you don't , then you give an indirect opinion that Win Vista is as light and fast as Win 7 , and believe me no one would agree with on this one
Oh darn, I wonder why he was banned.

I was so looking forward to an intelligent meaningful debate on the pros and cons of Vista.
And of coarse to see if he ever actually used it, and on what hardware.

Didn't want to miss giving my 'used every MS OS since MS-DOS' rant.
Been using Win7 since RC, go figure, this is a Win7 forum.

What else, let me see, oh ya, Vista does have issues as does just about everything in life, I just don't care for blanket statements bashing anything.

If you don't like it, perfectly fine, you don't have to.

Choice is what makes this a great world to live in.
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