Windows 7 Vs 8 Poll
Strategy Which is the best browser?: Chrome vs Firefox vs Internet Explorer Web Browsers Contact us Dennis Publishing Editorial Offices 30 Cleveland Street London, W1T 4JD T: +44 (0)20 7907 6000 All rights reserved. There's also Passport, a single sign-in service for consumers that allows Windows to authenticate with websites on your behalf without you having to type in a password. should you upgrade if you have 7? http://hpwizardstore.com/windows-7/bsod-when-dual-booting-windows-vista-32bit-and-windows-7-64bit.html
By RyGuy99Started 24 minutes ago Posted in General Discussion 9 Best mouse to get under 65 dollars? Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. Winner: Windows 10 Again, no surprises here; with no penalty in performance and DirectX 12, Windows 10 is an easy choice Search Search has become ever more important in operating systems, I'm looking forward to Win10, which still looks like they fucked up, but at least they fixed some issues. Win7 by new just feels old and slow whenever I have to use http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/305172-windows-7-vs-8-poll.html
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Was worth it, and with 8.1, it is only getting better Do I sound like a fanatic? The software and hardware support for XP is the most comprehensive of all Windows versions ever. by luridone / January 25, 2013 10:43 AM PST In reply to: Poll: Are you going to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8 this year?
Is this true? Haven't used 10 enough to make a proper judgement, and neither have many people here. Winner: Windows 10 If you have a tablet or a tablet/laptop hybrid, Windows 10 is your best bet. Which will possibly be as good as 7 was after the Vista fiasco.
If you say you hate it 9 times out of 10 it's because you're recycling someone else's opinion that hasn't used it for any significant period of time.Anyway I've now switched It's UGLY. I really liked XP, but 7 is a significant improvement. Kari My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP ENVY 17-1150eg OS Windows 10 Pro x64 EN-GB CPU 1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor Memory 6 GB Graphics Card
First, upgrade to Window 7 Pro. It’s good for both consumers and IT managers. by netsiu / January 25, 2013 1:31 PM PST In reply to: Poll: Are you going to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8 this year? I would prefer Professional instead of Home Premium .
So, get it now, while it's cheep. this contact form For sure. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: Poll: Are you going to upgrade to Windows 7 or 8 this year? Windows 10 searches still hook into the Bing search engine and also look for apps in the Windows Store.
I am still keeping my ole WinXP because for me it is still the best Win around. I have used windows 8 as my main OS since the first pre-release test versions. The old OS's haven't been supported for a long time, but they still work great, and I will continue to use XP for the same reason. have a peek here gseyffert 1 Build 2 points 36 months ago 8(.1)!
This is what I did, so I have some experience with this. StarTech 5 1/4 dual SSD hot swap . Permalink mark4685 1 Build 1 point 36 months ago Windows 7.
share Link to post Share on other sites Mkfish Mkfish Member 297 posts Location: Essex, UK Posted July 18, 2015 Windows 8.1 is fantastic, lightweight and performs very well.
tell me the version and a reason why you like one over the other. This has become a major part of Windows 10 doing double duty as a web search and a Start Menu/Windows search. Plus the ability to search by voice is both impressive in The latter integrating with its cloud services. It also adopted a more fiddly Start screen-based search interface and integrated web search results from Bing and app store suggestions.
When I went to Windows 95 and then 98 I had no problems. Just what is lacking now that it would make it worthwhile to replace? Windows XP was cool, oldschool stuff. Check This Out At least till it becomes totally obsolete.
I'm definitely staying with Windows 7 for the time being. Whether microsoft provides support or not is not relevant. by kartini / January 25, 2013 6:27 PM PST In reply to: Missing answer option Yes I would definitely recommend you to upgrade Windows 7 but depending what version of windows It's an upgrade, so you'll have to install something in the virtual machine first.
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Why wasn't this response listed: No, I do not plan to upgrade to Windows 7 this year. Did mine first, and after I got comfortable with it, and her XP install got wonky enough, I put in on hers. Instead of having your icons on desktop, you moved them into a dedicated window and grouped them by their category(games, productivity, tools etc.), so more space on the desktop. On top of iOS and OSX.
This week’s poll is about the future of Windows 10; where it will rank among the echelon of operating systems. IT managers will appreciate the ability to organise Enterprise-licenced PCs into circles and choose when updates are applied - great for making sure you don't disrupt your users' work. Uptown_Hoovy 2015-11-12 11:34:45 UTC #14 Lukas_Schuurman: NOOOO! Anyway, I come here not to rehash my own opinions, but rather to hear yours.
Also, I used a free program so that when I boot I go directly to the desktop. Professional have more feature eg: sharing another file from another computer for those have the same Professional features. Why couldn't Microsoft release Windows 8 Desktop and Windows 8 Mobile???? Lukas_Schuurman 2015-11-12 12:25:21 UTC #17 WaveJones: You were saying?
I've been a happy Linux user since 2009 and haven't had to worry about drivers.One exception are graphics card drivers, but Nvidia and AMD both have Linux drivers and it's only It's been nearly five months since Windows 8 made its debut, and in that time I'm sure many of you have either upgraded your PCs or purchased new ones.