Linked by David Adams on Wed 29th Oct 2008 20:51 UTC, submitted by Jeremy13
Windows Loyd Case over at ExtremeTech attended Microsoft's technical briefing of Windows 7 and can't help but compare how the new operating system will be better than Vista. Key features are better user support, stability, performance, and many other things. Sounds like a broken record? Probably, but Microsoft learned a lot after Vista launched, and they'll be careful not to repeat a lot of the same mistakes twice.
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by MrSidecar on Thu 30th Oct 2008 07:15 UTC
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Isn´t it amazing that the one BIG achievement of Vista seems to be that everybody digs XP now?

Seriously, it can be read here and there that Win7 is not going to include major under-the-hood changes. I fail to see why anyone should install it then, since it´s the under-the-hood problems that people (and enterprises, e.g. "Will all the Software we need every day run okay??") fear.

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