Because it is fast, smooth, beautiful and user friendly. It reminds me the enthusiasm after XP
Tell me why? I am confused
Does Wnidows 7 Support 64 bit only
I never upgraded to vista and will not upgrade to 7. This is because the latest version of xp is so stable now, there is no need to spend the extra money. In addition to this, pcs will run much smoother on xp, as long as you have no need for the flashy graphics.
Windows 7 is best OS contain more features.Have a look here -
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