Windows® 7 Good or Bad
Windows 7 leads the way with some improvements over Microsoft earlier operating systems for both the beginners as well as advance computer users.
If you have an older machine that struggles with Windows XP at the best of times, Windows Vista will not work on the same system unless you spend even more money to upgrade.
Although Windows 7 is easy to use, sometime you will need to restart your computer to make a program run properly if you leave your computer running.
However, the operating system has a feature to fix the problems fast and quickly. The compatibility mode is also a good feature for software and programs that are not compatible with Windows 7.
But, Internet Explorer still needs to be customized to get it to perform smoothly like that of Mozilla/Firefox. Apart from a large memory, all you need is some enhanced programs such as smart RAM and smart defragmentor offered by Windows Advance System Care to keep the performance at it’s top.
For those who keep their computer always ON and have extended times between screen saver activation, there are moments when the small icons that represent the programs in use do not always appear during a restart. This means that if you restart your computer, all the program icons will appear in your windows 7 taskbar.
The other small muddle is the sound feature. The problem is that you must click the primary sound program to make it default if you are running to different sound programs. For example if you have two different sound cards, then you must select a sound card as a default otherwise if you do not set the default for the one then the sound quality is slightly compromised. What makes having a computer such fun is to be able to interact with a computer and have a little manual control over it.