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Windows 7

Microsoft's operating system, introduced in 2009

started by spazol on 11/12/09.

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Less bloated than Windows Vista; it will run faster and it uses less memory.

by spazol (74) on 11/12/09.

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I'm generally anti-Microsoft -- to me, the only truly innovative product it's released over the past 10 years has been the Xbox franchise -- but I have to begrudingly admit: I like Windows 7. The new taskbar with its preview windows just makes things a lot easier. And it boots in a decent time.

by Edward_Diesel (56.12) on 11/25/09.

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It runs very well on older hardware.

by juszczak (68.66) on 12/1/09.

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I find myself getting frustrated with operating systems that have nothing akin to Aero Snap. Dragging windows to the edges to organize and resize them? Brilliant. I catch myself trying to do that in OS X, and being very frustrated that I can't.


by drmusic45 (60.2) on 11/25/09.

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Windows 7 comes with Powershell 2.0 installed, allowing command line administration of the workstation and servers running Windows Server 2008 R2 technology.

by AtomBob (53.06) on 12/3/09.

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Windows 7 greatly improves upon Microsoft's client computer operating system taking advantage of least privilege.

by AtomBob (53.06) on 12/3/09.

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After running windows 7 for several weeks now, I thought that I would have issues with my laptop. Upon using my laptop i am becoming happier and happier. It seems as though that the issues with windows 7 are slim to none, so far. I am not one to want to trust Microsoft especially after the vista fiasco.

by blaiselukasiewicz (55.94) on 1/27/10.

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Microsoft did not learn their lesson from Vista regarding the confusing number of editions. There are currently six on the market: Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate.

by juszczak (68.66) on 12/1/09.

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No simple upgrade from XP to 7.

by otm_shank (54.55) on 12/1/09.

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Microsoft's marketing strategy for Windows 7 is awful/confusing/terrifying.

by juszczak (68.66) on 12/1/09.

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