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Windows 7: 7127 vs 7137 vs 7201

06 Jun 2009   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Here's my 'story so far' builds...

7000 = first look at 7. Nice looking new OS.
7048 = speed okay, although rating did not report correctly on hard drives
7057 = excellent, except for the desktop.ini thing
7068 = slightly slower build for me
7077 = excellent
7100 = okay
7127 = okay, although hardly looked at due to next build followed quickly
7137 = worst of the lot for me. Slow like my Vista drive.
7201 = excellent. (so far)

I must admit to getting a little 'fed up' now, basically I just want this OS released asap!

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06 Jun 2009   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by tw33k View Post
this isn't the RTM
But it is part of the RTM branch isn't it?
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06 Jun 2009   #13

Linux CENTOS 7 / various Windows OS'es and servers

Hi all
Have already posted on this in another thread
Build 7201 -- MAJOR SHOWSTOPPER - Acronis True Image "Blocked" due to compatability problems. (Acronis build 8206)

This is a 100% MUST HAVE program for me so I've reverted back to 7137.

The fact that this program will no longer work shows that there must have been some changes between 7137 and 7201 - what exactly I have no idea.

Enc screen image of the Acronis problem


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06 Jun 2009   #14

Windows 7 x64

7077 best for me ...i still regret replacing it with the rc1
7000 okay(used it since day one until 7077 leaked)
7100 don't really know why but i didn't like it that much..seemed slower(just my impression)
7127 still running it ...and I don't think I'll replace it until rtm:)
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06 Jun 2009   #15

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

What are the reasons for you all liking 7077 and other versions better than the most recent? OK I understand of Acronis isn't working (that is a great program) but what's wrong with the others? I've heard others say as they keep increasing build numbers it's getting slower and I agree, 7077 did feel somewhat faster but really un-noticeable compared to 7201 (at least on my main desktop).
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06 Jun 2009   #16

Windows 7 Build 7600|16384- 64bit

Why not run Acronis in compatibility mode? I installed 7201 today and i think it has improved my system. I have installed my old applications, and WEI scores for certain hardware has gone up as well, but still limited by my HDD. Haven't had a problem yet, but i am sure i will soon after writing this. All my realtek drivers, ati drivers, etc.. were detected fine and install flawlessly.
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