Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Feb 2009 10:49 UTC
Windows With the recent news that Microsoft will not release a second beta but will instead move Windows 7 directly into release candidate stage, several Windows testers have become a tad bit disgruntled. They claim that due to a lack of test builds, they cannot properly test Windows 7 to see if the bugs they submitted have been fixed. As a result, Steven Sinofsky simply replied: email me your concerns.
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I never had any issues with vista, altho it would've been better without all the legacy support. the only issue I had with it initially was with zip files, it was a little slow extracting them, so I had to use winzip or winrar, that was fixed in SP1. I used build 7000 so far, I dont see much difference, gadgets floating out in the open, then I found out you could do that in vista too. I truely wish they would dump the legacy crap

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