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Old 12-03-2010, 02:38 AM   #1
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Cool Windows 7 on a netbook

Yes, it is true. Almost any netbook can run any edition of Windows 7, which is great. I have an HP Mini 110 running Windows 7 Ultimate Edition (yes, it is true! If you want, I can send pics). Since Windows 7 is changed from Windows Vista, Windows 7 runs very well on this hard ware. On my HP Mini, I can run many programs, including Movie Maker, some low-demanding games, Opera Internet Browser, and many more things. Sure it may be a little slow at times, but it is great. if you are thinking about upgrading to Windows 7, you will not regret it.

Now I am not advertsising or anything, but I am trying to make a point. I personally believe Windows 7 is currently the greatest OS ever.

If you are thinking about Windows 8, it is true. Windows 8 is set to be released in mid to late 2012.

Tell me, are you thinking about upgrading to Windows 7? If so, tell me what you are expecting in it, and I will give even more great info about it.

Also, what is your favorite operating system? Mine would be Windows 7...
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Old 12-07-2010, 03:29 AM   #2
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So, we know it, windows 7 is a perfect for netbooks I think
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Windows 7 was written to be less resource hungry, and as a result it makes the battery last longer on laptops + Netbooks
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The only problem with windows 7 and netbooks is all netbooks come with the starter edition. There are a few annoying restrictions that are in the starter edition. I personally use the starter edition and I don't really care about the restriction.

P.S. I wrote this post on a windows 7 netbook.
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So, we know it, windows 7 is a perfect for netbooks I think
It is.

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The only problem with windows 7 and netbooks is all netbooks come with the starter edition. There are a few annoying restrictions that are in the starter edition. I personally use the starter edition and I don't really care about the restriction.

P.S. I wrote this post on a windows 7 netbook.
I upgraded mine to Windows 7 Ultimate. It works great. I paid $350 for the upgrade key that I put into Windows Anytime Upgrade.

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Windows 7 was written to be less resource hungry, and as a result it makes the battery last longer on laptops + Netbooks
That is why it is awesome. I could do even more if I had more RAM...
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What about Windows 7 on a Eee Pc 904HD?
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