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Old 12-01-2009, 11:33 AM
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I agree with Dann, it seems to be OK, but I don't like the way Big Brother is watching everything that I do.

One thing to keep in mind... is your operating system the 32bit version, or the 64bit version? The 64bit (which I chose) is able to use more RAM, and is supposedly faster, but it has the draw back that a lot of the programs currently on the market will not work because it's 64 bit... (like my wife's favorite solitaire game!)

The 32bit is said to only support up to 3GB or RAM, which is why I went with the 64bit (I was figuring that you can never have too much RAM). I'm not sure if the 32/64 bit is what makes a lot of my programs incompatible or not... but I suspect it's a factor.

All that being said.... once you get used to the new layout of Windows 7, I think you'll like it. I've had it about a month now, and I'm still adjusting, but then I tend to want to hold on to what I have and actively resist change.

good luck

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