Windows® 7: You can leave complaining now
Windows 7 is a well-turned modern OS that mostly succeeds in taking Windows usability into the 21st century. Windows 7 has made a good attempt but here a question arises that could Windows 7 complete everything that's expected of it?
Windows 7 is obviously not a Vista service pack. Windows 7 has a lot of new features and is clearly designed to fix all bad things people said about Vista. This means that Windows 7 is what Vista should have been in the people eyes.
Windows 7 will totally feel like a revelation from the glassy future if you are coming from Windows XP. You'll definitely say that Windows 7 is much better than Vista if you are upgrading your computer or laptop from Vista.
The bad effect of Windows Vista
Clearly, the public opinion of Windows Vista has left a deep impact on Microsoft. However, based on the biggest Windows 7 beta testing process in history, we can say that it sure won't look like the upset Vista launch at all.
There was a solid chance that your computer ran like crap or your programs didn't work if you installed Vista on your PC within the first month of its release as the drivers compatible with Vista were not available. But that's not the case with Windows 7. Windows 7 hardware requirements are basically the same as they are for Vista and it runs better than Vista on that hardware.
The results suggested that there is little difference between Vista and Windows 7 performance when we ran Vista and Windows 7 on two test machines.
Latest Windows 7 actually ran beautifully during the test, even on netbooks. So, the difference isn't based completely on feelings. Even Microsoft never offered Vista for netbooks, but is happily offering Windows 7 to the netbook category.
Windows XP was a great OS of its time. Windows Vista failed to wind people hearts. But what people said about Windows 7 was that it is more fast, solid and the easiest Windows yet.Â Windows 7 is something people can grab without fear.
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