No, I am not.
I used Windows XP in one computer until 2009, when I built a whole new computer. I purchased Windows Vista for that one, but I made sure a free upgrade to Windows 7 was included. So now I'm using Win7
Although Vista had a more modern interface, I felt that Vista slowed down my computer (boot/shutdown time, time until I could use programs after startup)compared to XP, even though Vista ran on a faster PC. So no, I did not like Vista more than XP.
only when I'm required to use MSWord for work projects-- which is not very often anymore.
Hi Starmom41 Oh so you must have another computer with a newer version of Windows. Thanks for answering my question !
no, I have Windows XP and Linux both on the same computer
Hi Starmom41, Oh i was just wondering.....thanks for coming back and answering that .
I still have Windows XP Home Edition running inside a Virtual Machine. The reason is mostly for screenshots and testing of older software.
I'm currently using Windows Vista Home Premium on one PC and Windows 7 on another. When I moved over I lost the use of a USB flatbed scanner due to lack of modern driver support.
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