Which is better XP or windows7?

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    ryanjosephposted 9 years ago

    Which is better XP or windows7?

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    Justin McCroryposted 9 years ago

    XP is ddefinetly the one america has most widely stuck with.  No doubt it's a good system thats what i use.   Now Windows 7 is a good software and i liked it in my time I have used it.  but be cautious and dont go right into buying it because its a quite new software system and we dont know all the bad things that it can cause so your better of waiting.  but talk with a local compuiter person i am unexperienced in this field.

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    compromiseadviceposted 9 years ago

    XP hands down.

    Why upgrade when xp is so reliable now?

  4. BobLloyd profile image59
    BobLloydposted 9 years ago

    XP was originally more unstable but then Windows 7 hasn't yet had as much chance for instability to be updated in.

    On cost, performance, control, ease of use, and stability, Ubuntu beats them both hands down.  The only real problem for people moving to Ubuntu is the ubiquity of Windows.  That means users have to learn a fair bit about Ubuntu.  But then, they end up doing that with Windows anyway, turning off all those stupid defaults, hunting down where Windows settings are hidden, and getting around all those intrusive warnings and silly messages.

    It's certainly worth the investment of time in Ubuntu to get away from MS.  And you never buy software again.

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    ryanjosephposted 9 years ago

    Looking for your opinion, Thanks for all the answers that I have a received
    @Justine Thx for the suggestion
    @ Bob I don't have any idea about Ubuntu, where can I get details on it

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    RakhiChowdharyposted 9 years ago

    I have used Vista and do not find good. As XP looks and feels like Vista, so, I am scared using windows7. I like to use XP, once windows7 footholds the market I suggest you think to switch to windows7, XP is very easy and user friendly.

  7. techperiod profile image60
    techperiodposted 8 years ago

    When Windows Xp is so reliable so Why go For Windows 7????


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