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Windows 7: Why Vista No Longer Matters

27 Jan 2009   #21

Windows 7 RTM x64

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Joan Archer View Post
I like Vista, I haven't played around with Windows 7 long enough yet to give an honest opinion but it seems to be working well so far, I'm still sorting out my applications so don't have everything on here yet that are on my Vista partition.

I know people are trying to compare Vista with WinME in as far as they think that they shouldn't have been let out but I'm one, perhaps one of the few, that hasn't had any problems with either OS and still have a WinME machine running and being used on my network.

It's like anything in life give it a little love and understanding and you shouldn't have problems

I actually found ME quite a good OS lol

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