What type of Windows do you prefer?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by NiaIsabelle, Apr 28, 2014.

  1. NiaIsabelle

    NiaIsabelle New Member

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    I've been using Windows 7 ever since it's been released and I'm just wondering if what kind of Windows do you prefer for home and work?
     
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    I'm a Windows 7 advocate. I use it at home and at work. Iv'e tried Windows 8 and its definitely not my cup of tea. I hope that Windows 9 is better.
     
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    Windows 7 is the best in my opinion. However, growing up using Windows XP, I know the operating system like the back of my hand so I keep it on my recreational computer.
     
  4. TheViper

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    I've heard great things about Windows 7 and I am likely to upgrade to that with my new PC build. Though, I would have to agree that I know XP like the back of my hand. I have a strong virus software on my PC and different security features that keep me safe from internet diseases. I'm pretty comfortable with my continues use of XP.
     
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    Windows 7. It is great and I've been using it for years. I don't like Windows XP because computer virus can easily enters my system and at the same Microsoft support for this OS has already ended. . I also don't like Windows 8 because I'm not quite comfortable in using touchscreen in my laptop. Maybe windows 8 is more suitable for mobile devices.
     
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    As of this writing, Windows 7. XP is a thing of the past and Vista was an abomination. Windows 8.1, with classic shell, isn't bad, but it doesn't do anything that Win 7 doesn't do just as well for my purposes.
     
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    I'm a Windows 8 convert myself. I still like the Windows 7 start menu a little better but I'll get used to it. I didn't really like Windows 7 when it first came out but it beats every aspect of XP in my opinion now. I'm sure the same will happen with Windows 8 before long. When it comes to technology it's all about being able to adapt. If you don't you'll get left in the dust.
     

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