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what is better windows vista ultimate or windows 7?
05-29-2014, 02:26 PM
Post: #1
what is better windows vista ultimate or windows 7?
i heard there's a new windows 7 for windows user. i am using windows vista ultimate right now and i want an advise if windows 7 is better than vista.

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05-29-2014, 02:29 PM
Post: #2
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lY0_yIQM8Y

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTBK47xD3lE&NR=1

its faster.
Its easier to use.
Its less crammed.
Nicer.
better options.
touch screen compatible.
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05-29-2014, 02:41 PM
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windows 7 claims to be better, faster than vista or xp but there seems to be alot of people having issues with it so i would not upgrade to it for a while yet until they get the bugs ironed out .

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05-29-2014, 02:53 PM
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Of course it is.

Performance wise, it doesn't exactly blow Vista away, but it is MUCH better and I highly recommended you upgrade.

Some of the key parts of the GUI were overhauled also (for the better).

Not as bloated, and supposed to do better to games (higher FPS rates, things like that).

If you want detailed information, look up benchmark tests for it and comparisons.

http://www.google.com/search?client=fire...gle+Search
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05-29-2014, 03:02 PM
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Obvious Choice: Windows 7.

Much better than vista ultimate.
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05-29-2014, 03:09 PM
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window 7 is much better than window vista it has the many advanced feature that is not in window vista like

Windows Search: Windows Search uses the index whenever you use the search box on the Start menu – in the Search Home folder, in libraries, and in locations that are part of a homegroup.

Desktop Gadgets: Choose from default gadgets in Desktop Gadget Gallery; you can also download and install additional third-party gadgets.

Windows shell enhancements: Aero Snap, Jump Lists, and Windows Flip.

Power management: Users can edit default power schemes as well as create custom schemes.

Windows ReadyBoost: Support for multiple USB flash drives used as backup memory to improve performance.

Device Stage: A tool for managing and configuring user installed devices such as cameras, phones, and printers.

Sync Center: Manages synchronization with mobile devices.

Windows Easy Transfer: Transfer files and settings from an old computer to a new one.

Windows Speech Recognition: Enter and edit text, and issue voice commands using a microphone.

Ease of Access features: High-contrast themes, Ease of Access Center, Magnifier, Narrator, and On-Screen Keyboard.

Virtual hard drive: Create a new VHD; attach an existing VHD.

Internet Explorer 8: Default Internet browser for Windows 7.

Games Explorer with basic games: Default games in Windows 7 FreeCell, Hearts, Minesweeper, Purble Place, Solitaire, and Spider Solitaire.

Basic productivity applications: Windows 7 includes Calculator, Paint, Notepad, and WordPad.

Windows Fax and Scan: It helps you while scanning documents, sending and receiving faxes.

Windows PowerShell and Integrated Scripting Environment: Command-line shell and graphical host application for scripting administrative tasks.

XPS Document Writer and Viewer: Provides capability to create and view documents using XML Paper Specification.
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