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1-09-2012 @ 8:15PM
I would have hoped that everyone who is on windows is at least up to windows XP. And as a life-long windows user (not a lover, but rather a user), I can vouch for windows 7 as being a solid operating system, if you were considering updating to the most recent OS.But I would say at this point, anyone on a PC using anything other than Windows XP or Windows 7 should immediately switch over to one of those 2 operating systems, otherwise you are really asking for trouble (either security-wise, or with general instability).BTW mac people, I still love you, the above message was for those people who by preference or force are using non-mac computers.
1-10-2012 @ 9:33AM
Speaking as someone from the old DOS days. :) Yes, I am old enough to remember the ole text based OS. hehe. Win 7 has come a long way from it's earlier versions (remember Windows 1.1?). Windows XP SP2 still has a special place with me as being the most stable I've ever used. Windows 7 has also been very stable. Unfortunately, I haven't upgraded my Virus Called Vista machine to Win 7 yet. I really need to do that before Mists is released so I can take real advantage of the 64-bit being implemented.I definitely recommended running away screaming from Vista and go straight to Win 7 from XP if you want to upgrade. VISTA is the biggest PoS outside of Win ME. /shudders at ME :(Live Long and ProsperShinanji
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