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Windows 7: 7077 most responsive and stable yet (most unlike vista)

11 Apr 2009   #11
Bateman26

Windows 7 Build 7201 x86
 
 

Ive had no problems what so ever with W7. Not one bsod not one freese so i have to pull the plug to reebot. I have one machine i the closet i just have to have xp on since i need it for my webpage editor since it needs ie7 to do some stuff but i talked to me suplier off the the webpages and ass soon as i do not need ie 7 im all w7. And yes i am thinking of actualy buing w7

Edit: Ive tried all leaks and innstalled w7 on 7 Machines and all have been grat. Evan the 7 years old Laptop with 512 mb ram


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11 Apr 2009   #12
Mindstorm

Windows 7 7100 RC 1, Windows Vista 64, Windows XP, MAC OS X 10.5.5
 
 

I've tried basically every build since the 6801, both in x86 and 64bit flavors. I'm currently running three different builds on three different machines:

Desktop PC -> build 7000 64bit
ThinkPad T60 laptop -> build 7077 64bit
IdeaPad s10 -> build 7068 x86

Out of all builds I (as of now) experience the 7077 as the best one (though I have to admit that I haven't encountered that many problems with any of the builds prior to the 7077)
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11 Apr 2009   #13
LanceMoreland

Windows 7
 
 

7077 is working great for me.

Lance
www.lancemoreland.com
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11 Apr 2009   #14
Orbital Shark

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fakeasdf View Post
My biggest issue is the lack of a Swimsuit model theme... It really is a showstopper for me :P
that is a very valid point. I'm in Kent all day today but when I get back i'm gonna create a Swimsuite theme & post it here (if I can) LOL
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11 Apr 2009   #15
kpo6969

 
 

Dual-booting Win7 x86 7077 and Vista32 SP2 rtm.
7077 is best build of Win7 for me.
Vista SP2 is no slouch either and almost as quick.
When Win7 goes rtm I will probably continue dual-booting till I make the switch to x64.
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11 Apr 2009   #16
harmann

Win7 x64 7232 // XP x86 SP3
 
 

Aside from a few apps that are still not fully compatible, I have no reason to log on XP anymore. Win7 has been rock solid!
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11 Apr 2009   #17
GreyWolf

Windows 7 x64 Build 7068
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Orbital Shark View Post
I totally agree, Windows 7 is by far the best way forward. It's been too long since we had such a stable & fluid OS and if RTM (when finally out) is anything like build 7077 then I say bring it on. With the added support for various hardware & the sheer increase in performance (even with my low spec lappy LOL) it's just the bees knees.
I'm not running 7077 but 7068 seems stable and very speedy. Mind you i'm using a Quad Core with 8Gb of RAM.

Have you noticed that much of a difference between 7068 and 7077? If you've ran 68 that is
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11 Apr 2009   #18
Orbital Shark

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GreyWolf View Post
I'm not running 7077 but 7068 seems stable and very speedy. Mind you i'm using a Quad Core with 8Gb of RAM.

Have you noticed that much of a difference between 7068 and 7077? If you've ran 68 that is
I have noticed some extra stability (plus the whole WMP12 minimize issue is fixed) & performance (even with my specs LOL). There's mainly increased device drivers which allows for better open support for various (some older) hardware.
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11 Apr 2009   #19
TheBull

Windows 7 RTM 64bit, Windows 8 Pro 64bit
 
 

I am with you guys on this, have tried and tested from 7000, and this build 32bit and 64bit is deffinately the fastest and most stable. The only issue I'm having, and its only on the 64bit is that I can't eject any flashdrive from the 'safely remove' icon in the taskbar. (I can from within 'my computer' though.)
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11 Apr 2009   #20
itznfb

Windows 7 x86 build 7077
 
 

i expected another 5 years before an OS would come along and free me from XP. i started using build 7000 the day it was released to public and i haven't looked back since. 7 is not only better than Vista, but it's way better than XP in every way. that's saying a lot considering XP has been around for what 10 years now? 7077 is definitely the best build as well. i'm probably going to be running 7077 as my main OS until retail hits shelves. then i'll actually walk into the store and purchase a copy @ full retail price.
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