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Old 10-02-2009, 10:47 AM   #11
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Default Re: Who is getting Windows 7?

I get to be a Windows 7 launch party host so I get windows 7 for free I've been running windows 7 RC on my machine in the mean time.
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Default Re: Who is getting Windows 7?

I'd love to buy windows 7, I'm thinking about it but I'm not sure if I want to plunk down the cash or not.

I've been running RC1 build 7100 for quite a while, dual booting it on my laptop and I really like it.
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I get to be a Windows 7 launch party host so I get windows 7 for free I've been running windows 7 RC on my machine in the mean time.
That's exciting. What do you like most about 7?
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Old 10-02-2009, 12:40 PM   #14
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That's exciting. What do you like most about 7?
1. Installs Fast
2. Has a nice upgraded vista look
3. Runs a lot less processes (comparable to xp)
4. Makes it a lot easier to transfer data on a home network
5. It finds all the drivers for your devices. (You obviously want updated drivers for your graphics cards and things though)

There's more i just cant think right now
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