As per me nothing is like windows XP...... vista and 7 slows down the performance of the system.That why i prefer XP
so far I am loving my windows 7. But, before his, I had windows ME which really really sucked.
oh sorry, out of the two you mentioned, definitely XP over vista.
XP is much better choice than Vista.
XP has been around a long time. Most of its bugs are long gone. Has a decent reputation.
Most tech websites and magazines pretty much trashed Vista.
The latest is Windows 7. Most of the tech websites and magazines seem to like it.
I would recommend Windows 7 over XP for the simple reason that XP will become obsolete long before Windows 7 does.
Just one person’s opinion.
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