Quote: Originally Posted by darkfriday
I had XP for almost a decade....I'm a little over a year into Windows 7 bliss.....I am not
looking past 7 for another few years. I don't see the need for a new OS this quickly.....sorry Bill
Exactly what I think at the moment. I don't see the need for a new OS right now, as Windows 7 does everything I need.
Back in topic, I see this could be a huge step forward for the average user (which with a simple button could have a brand new OS like it was out of the box) but I don't think I'll ever use it (as I feel more comfortable when I install the OS myself the way I want to).
To me, a way more useful function would be a built-in "restore to X" feature letting the user choose what X stands for (personally, I'd install the OS, the drivers
then the main software like a burning suite and Office, plus Firefox and a couple of other things, and this would be my X I'd eventually wantr to restore to).