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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Which OS is Ideal for You? Windows 7, Vista or XP?

The answer depends on more than you might think. Just because Windows Vista is the newest full version available doesn’t automatically make it the perfect fit. Similarly, Windows 7 is the most flexible Microsoft OS (operating system) to date, but some users will have ample reason to stick with Vista or Windows XP until Windows 7 is on store shelves. A lot depends on what you are using your computer for and on which type of computer you’re using. Gamers, media authors, travel-inclined business people and casual web surfers all have different priorities and will want to choose OSs accordingly.

We’ve provided a brief outline of the basic features and key uses of Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP to give you an idea of which OS is right for you. More detailed information about each of the Windows versions can be found in our hands on reviews above.

Microsoft Windows 7
Windows 7 has hit the computer world with a bang and is turning heads around the world. From the time Windows 7 was in its beta form, until its release in October, Microsoft has made sure that this operating system was up to par. One thing that stands out about Windows 7 is the ability to personalize and make it your own, alongside this comes new and advanced features such as Snap, Shake, Pin, Windows Search and much more. We are in a new age so a new fresh interface and look of Windows 7 are welcome changes, especially compared to the more resource-hungry and less innovative operation of Vista.

Key features include:
-Plug and play capability with hardware and peripheral devices
-Completely customizable task bar
-Jump lists
-Homegroup networking
-Low memory footprint

Microsoft will never fully own up to just how bumpy Vista’s release was. The young debutante Vista was demanding, awkward and aggravating. But just because Vista was a failure at release doesn’t mean it was a bad operating system. With Microsoft’s continued patching and the release of the Vista Service Pack 1, the OS matured into a highly functional, if resource-hungry, interface ideal for most users. Many users will be comfortable using Vista well after Windows 7 is available.

Key features include:
-Windows Media Center
-Advanced protection from malware
-Parental control options
-Windows sidebar
-Real time searches

Windows XP
Despite the fact that XP has been around for years, it is relatively forgiving on older machines and netbooks. XP continues to have a great reputation amongst gamers due to its low impact idling and compatibility with both old and new programs. Users with specific multimedia demands that don’t want to upgrade their hardware will find XP an appealing alternative to the more demanding Vista. While XP will no longer be sold after the release of Windows 7, Microsoft has committed to providing support for the OS until 2014.

Key features include:
-Fast boot up time
-Driver rollback
-Low system requirements
-Low memory footprint
Posted by: Admin
Easy Learn Computer, Updated at: 3:00 AM

2 komentar:

Alan27 said...

Blognya bagus......salam kunjungan pertama...:)
semoga sukses kawan....:)

kehidupan said...

kalau saya lebih suka windows seven sob,,hehe

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