Tuesday , 28 March 2017

Windows 7 wrapped in candy?

The Microsoft family will gain a new member soon, the Windows 7 OS. While some of us are skeptical, we should at least give Windows 7 a chance and forget about Vista. Bill Veghte, chief in charge of Windows seems very confident regarding the new Windows and the states that Windows 7 will be released within the scheduled time frame (2010).

Microsoft released some details about the Windows 7 project, including the multitouch user interface, trashing the good old mouse and some major arhitectural changes. While this may sound very promising, let’s just wait for more development details and features.

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  • Windows 7 is 100% another Vista case, we brag over it, we eagerly wait it…we drool over the comercials and in the end we will hate it for sure

  • Karn90

    Windows is still Microsoft – no more no less

  • Windows 7 is 100% another Vista case, we brag over it, we eagerly wait it…we drool over the comercials and in the end we will hate it for sure

  • Karn90

    Windows is still Microsoft – no more no less

  • James

    who the hell needs multi-touch in Windows 7? omg, i fear some crap features 🙂

  • James

    who the hell needs multi-touch in Windows 7? omg, i fear some crap features 🙂

  • Garry Burgess

    I’m fed up with Microsoft’s operating systems. They are fundamentally unstable, and not secure. After switching to Ubuntu Linux, I’m much happier, and it’s free to boot.

  • Garry Burgess

    I’m fed up with Microsoft’s operating systems. They are fundamentally unstable, and not secure. After switching to Ubuntu Linux, I’m much happier, and it’s free to boot.

  • nightRider

    I + Garry Burgess: Ubuntu made by Humans for Humans!

  • nightRider

    I + Garry Burgess: Ubuntu made by Humans for Humans!

  • Drew

    Actually, you’re all wrong. I have recently just installed the Beta version of 7. I am yet to tweak it and so far its faster than a tweaked Vista machine. The new interface makes windows much more pleasant to use and it also has no where near as many glitches as Vista SP1 while it is in its Beta stages. I think Windows 7 may be a slight turnaround for Microsoft,

  • Drew

    Actually, you’re all wrong. I have recently just installed the Beta version of 7. I am yet to tweak it and so far its faster than a tweaked Vista machine. The new interface makes windows much more pleasant to use and it also has no where near as many glitches as Vista SP1 while it is in its Beta stages. I think Windows 7 may be a slight turnaround for Microsoft,

  • chris

    yeah Drew perhaps, but the community has grown accustomed to microsoft windows releases being shlock laden. i have a friend who swears by his vista and another who thinks its crap. who is right? they both are, as vista suits the needs of one and not the other… in the mean time i watch from the sidelines and use whatever OS is in front of me.
    yeah i’m an OS whore… i get what i want every where i go =)

  • chris

    yeah Drew perhaps, but the community has grown accustomed to microsoft windows releases being shlock laden. i have a friend who swears by his vista and another who thinks its crap. who is right? they both are, as vista suits the needs of one and not the other… in the mean time i watch from the sidelines and use whatever OS is in front of me.
    yeah i’m an OS whore… i get what i want every where i go =)

  • Mal

    Windows 7 is wonderful – no problems, added a few tweaks such as Secret Godmode (mentioned on this site) and a couple other commands.

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