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Windows 7: Windows 7 & Classic start menu...

17 Jun 2009   #11

Win 7 Home X86 on 2 machines X64 on 3 machines WHS V1 on 1 machine

I tried it and have bought it.
This along with Quick launch Have saved this 72 Yr old.
My wife won't yell at me as much for cussing.

Spoke too soon. Not so good on 64 Bit. One use after boot and no response when click Start ORB. Have to power off with button on front of cpu.

EDIT: Now working on 64 Bit. A couple more boots is what it needed. Their Tech support
is fast and good.

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