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What do you think of Windows 7?

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Can be purchased in some places in China for JPY 65. Dirt cheap!

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I like Windows XP.

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It's pretty good, though still with the myriad unexplained background processes you always get with windows.

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Except for the Windows 7 burger, I haven't seen much of it.

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I'll let everyone else around me use it first...I'm too lazy to figure out new things now since I'm too busy at new job...

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I like windows 3.1

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"I like Windows 3.1"

Me too! Still works great!

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On a new machine: Yes

As an upgrade: No way!

I have Snow Leopard osx on my netbook so I really don't give two hoots. :)
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Did Microsoft ever improve on their DOS OS? Personally, I try to avoid as much contact with Microsoft as I can. Not easy, I must admit, but I try.

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it is 10 times better than vista and ubuntu. especially if you dont pay for it. why would you?

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$30 for the upgrade, direct from Microsoft for the 64-bit Professional version. No complaints here. Considering Office 2007 Ultimate was $60, this was a deal for me.

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If it can help expand the logic of JT Monitors brains, let's send them one soon!

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Not the most creative name a multibillion value company could come up with.

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XP and Windows 2000 still work fine for me. Alas there is more and more software that does not work with older versions of windows. What does XP do that Windows 2000 doesnt? Threading? Couldn't threading have been added to Windows 2000 as a Service Pack? It is a shame that the newer version of Windows can't be implemented as service packs rather than as a new framework that requires reinstallation of all ones software.

On the other hand, the 64 bit version of Windows 7 may be worth upgrading to. One can use lots and lots of memory (up about 30GB with 64bit as opposed to 3GB with 32bit?).

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