Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 4th Feb 2009 19:58 UTC, submitted by M-Saunders
Benchmarks So Windows 7 is supposed to be screaming fast, right? Anecdotal accounts report it booting quicker and feeling snappier than Vista, but the proof is in stats. TuxRadar has benchmarked Windows 7 against Vista and Ubuntu Linux, comparing install time, disk space usage, boot speeds and filesystem performance. The graphs also show how the sparkly ext4 filesystem compares against its older brother.
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Ubuntu != Linux

Let me tell you a true story. I work for a company that develops a Java application. To ensure portability, one developer works on Windows XP, <snip>

Let me tell you a true story. Windows XP is now a 7 year old OS.

Using it to attempt to put down the 2 year old version or the not yet out version is... daft.

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