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POLL: windows 7 or windows vista?
 
gunslingninja  posted on May 08, 2010 6:02:47 PM - Report post

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windows 7 is like the XP of the ME.

It's what Vista should've been!

 
lucebuce  posted on May 08, 2010 6:29:39 PM - Report post

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originally posted by gunslingninja

windows 7 is like the XP of the ME.

It's what Vista should've been!

It's sad because if Vista didn't have so many problems , then Windows 7 would have new features and stuff , instead of just being a fully optimized Vista

 
iSplendid  posted on May 09, 2010 2:05:35 AM - Report post

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Windows 7, It simply rocks, and comfortable to use!

It does all my work almost all the time, unlike Vista or XP :|

[Edited by iSplendid, 5/9/2010 2:06:14 AM]

 
Ratsneve  posted on May 25, 2010 9:33:53 AM - Report post

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I'm using Windows 7 64-bit now and so far it is proving a much better OS overall. But I never had much trouble gaming in Vista 64-bit either. In fact as far as trainers go I wonder if I would have faired better with Just Cause 2 if I was still using Vista? I suspect not since I think Steam is the real problem this time. But in any case I couldn't use CH's trainer but did find another trainer. Thanks for this post, it is obvious that gaming is receiving W7 well.
 
zaroba  posted on Jun 14, 2010 10:08:26 AM - Report post

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i've used 64bit vista on my gaming pc since the day it came out and i never had a single problem with it. since the day it was released it has been stable, fast, and works nearly flawlessly. i do a lot of gaming and some 3d modeling and texture editing.

at one point i actually went back to 64bit xp when my hard drive crashed and i couldn't find my vista disc. the pc actually ran SLOWER with 64bit xp then it did with 64bit vista.

if your having problems with vista, then maybe instead of crying that vista is a bad os you should take a step back and look at why it isn't working right for you and fix it. its called upgrading, if something doesn't work properly then its your own fault for not upgrading it, not vista's fault.
driver issues? replacing that old junk with newer better stuff.
running slow? add more ram, or more cooling, or a better cpu.
could also try cleaning out your pc so it isn't cluttered with all kinds of junk running in the background.



[Edited by zaroba, 6/14/2010 10:16:32 AM]

 
british_bloke89  posted on Jun 21, 2010 1:38:27 AM - Report post

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Windows 7 on both my machines, although my G50 takes a while to boot up, when its up and running nothing seems to stop it!
 
british_bloke89  posted on Jun 21, 2010 1:43:00 AM - Report post

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originally posted by zaroba

i've used 64bit vista on my gaming pc since the day it came out and i never had a single problem with it. since the day it was released it has been stable, fast, and works nearly flawlessly. i do a lot of gaming and some 3d modeling and texture editing.

at one point i actually went back to 64bit xp when my hard drive crashed and i couldn't find my vista disc. the pc actually ran SLOWER with 64bit xp then it did with 64bit vista.

if your having problems with vista, then maybe instead of crying that vista is a bad os you should take a step back and look at why it isn't working right for you and fix it. its called upgrading, if something doesn't work properly then its your own fault for not upgrading it, not vista's fault.
driver issues? replacing that old junk with newer better stuff.
running slow? add more ram, or more cooling, or a better cpu.
could also try cleaning out your pc so it isn't cluttered with all kinds of junk running in the background.

[Edited by zaroba, 6/14/2010 10:16:32 AM]

In all honesty i never had many problems with Vista, but when i got my laptop and it came with the free upgrade option and i installed Windows 7 i have never looked back, all the functionality of Vista, with imho a fraction of the resource usage..

so if you like what Vista does to your machine, you will love Windows 7!

 
Micknator  posted on Jun 21, 2010 8:47:10 AM - Report post

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Windows 7 FTW!

Had Windows Vista on my laptop when I bought it, but I deleted it as soon as I got 7.

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