Product Review of Windows 7 OS

Windows 7, convenient to use, faster and loaded with features never found in earlier OS.

After the release of Windows Vista three years ago, the much-awaited launching of what is reputed to be the best and newest Operating System, the Windows 7 release in the PC market materialized last October in a smashing fashion. Software powerhouse the Redmont bragged that the Windows Vista is the most secure and user-friendly version of Windows and built with Operating System that was predicted to solve the weaknesses of its predecessors and was unveiled in 2007. However, Vista plunged into the IT market absorbing strings of stinging criticisms, like being dubbed as sluggish and uses huge system resources, a big black eye to both users and the Vista producers.The release of Service Pack 1 fixed the problems and licked common issues that plagued the Vista, but still the damaged inflicted with the earlier flaws could not convince most people to shift from Windows XP to Windows Vista.
Still smarting from the fate suffered by Vista, Windows OS, is still the prime player on its niche, with its versatile various versions they have the lion's share of people preference of OS. About the 90% computers worldwide are equipped with Windows OS, and 80% of these are still using the XP. And things looks even brighter as Windows 7 is tipped to become the current best operating OS available in the world.


Snappy, faster and fully loaded, OS will come down as the current best OS available in the PC and electronic market.
Snappy, faster and fully loaded, OS will come down as the current best OS available in the PC and electronic market.

Microsoft submitted Windows 7 Release Candidate to numerous reviewers for tight and tough scrutiny and fortunately it pull through and pass the acid test with flying colors and even overwhelmed the features and attributes of both the Windows XP and Windows Vista.
One of the online reviewer gave the Windows 7 a high marks as he described the newest OS (that is tipped to sweep the world in the months to come), as many notch higher than the Windows XP and Windows Vista. Moreover, he said that booting, shutting down, copying content or performing any other countless other tasks, Windows 7 get the job well done in a much faster rate than that of Vista.
True enough, Windows 7 made another breakthrough in cementing Microsoft unchallenge dominance in the software market especially in the field of OS, which is the most lucrative and commonly used IT products in the world. Windows 7 awesome features are the following: it uses less RAM, than any other OS available, could function and perform better even with just 1 GB of system memory, in other words old systems can also run Windows 7 with gusto.
Users with low-end machines can still take advantage of Windows 7 as they can lean on to a vastly improved ReadyBoost features to add UB devices that serves as an additional memory cache up to 256 GB.
The new taskbar allows the user preview all the open windows being used in the desktop screen. This feature enables you to roll over the icons and shift instantly to windows you wish to work on.
Users can utilize the HomeGroup to enable you to share files between PCs. A password enabled, PC users can gain access to HomeGroup and play any music or share documents.
The OS is bundled with pre-installed Windows Live Essentials, a free software that turns a PC running Windows perform more tasks like e-mail, chatting/messaging, photo-editing or desktop publishing and even blogging.
Windows Search found in the folders library also undergone major improvements now it enables users to look for files, photos and music with relative ease.
Tempting and truly mouthwatering it seems, Windows 7 is available in variety of great flavors. Here are the prices for each of these luscious OS flavors.
Windows 7 Home Premium (Upgrade) $119.99
Windows 7 Home (Upgrade) $199.99
Windows 7 Home Ultimate (Upgrade) $219.99
Windows 7 Home Professional (Full) $299.99
Windows 7 Home Full (Full) $319.99


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GeneralHowitzer 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines Author

Thanks a lot for commenting and visiting...


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DRG Da Real Grinc 7 years ago from All over the USA

Hey ty for the review, great source.


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GeneralHowitzer 7 years ago from Land of Salt, Philippines Author

@PD - Good for you nyahaha, we are still using Vista and XP here in the school I work with... Hmm what a Maita means just asking...

@Dohn --- thank you very much Dohn for the generous comments...

@ralwus --- hehehe 98 SE is also a tough nut to crack when it comes to virus... Hehehe yeah you need to upgrade to fully enjoy HP I guess...

Thank you all for the time...


ralwus 7 years ago

LOL, I'm still on 98SE. Need to figure out my Ubuntu yet. Just got another used PC with XP on it, need to wait on the geek to get it to me.


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dohn121 7 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

Great review, GH! I'm going to have to get with the 21st century pretty darn soon now, as I'm still using XP, lol. Thank you for sharing some of the awesome specs and features that Windows 7 has to offer.


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prettydarkhorse 7 years ago from US

hi GH, good hub, I know that lately Windows & has been tagged as the most useful operating system there is. I use it too,

have a good day, Maita

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