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Windows 7: I'm not very happy with Windows 7 so far

10 Oct 2009   #21
njnitehawk

windows 7 ultimate 32 bit
 
 
i disagree

i just install 7 over vista and it is very smooth

no problems at all and index went up

i ran update advisor first and it should no concerns and i went ahead and

installed 7 over vista 32bit


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10 Oct 2009   #22
WindowsInformer

Windows Vista Ultimate
 
 

I'm sorry you don't like Windows 7. I'm sure most of your glitches are just caused by the beta version, so I recommend trying it one last time when the finished version comes out. =)
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10 Oct 2009   #23
Jack1337

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I'm sure I have a complete, retail version of it.
Anyway now that I got my tablet working I don't hate it anymore, all I need is to get VMWare to work like it used to and I'm all set.

I'll give Windows 7 32bit a try, but are you guys sure that'll fix my problem?
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11 Oct 2009   #24
bobtran

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Jack1337 View Post
I'm sure I have a complete, retail version of it.
Anyway now that I got my tablet working I don't hate it anymore, all I need is to get VMWare to work like it used to and I'm all set.

I'll give Windows 7 32bit a try, but are you guys sure that'll fix my problem?
Don't know for sure but agree with everyone else about the x86 verson for you. Glad to see that you are making progress with Win7. Give it some time, keep coming back and working with people here and you too will come to appriciate Win7.

When you are ready to get your next PC be sure to get a x64 system built to use x64 and I think you will also come to appriciate it. Video editing and photo shop are really where a proper x64 system really shines.

Keep coming back.
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