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Timothy Scheiman

Microsoft now is making plans to update Vista with Microsoft 7. Look for a beta copy later in 2009 with a consumer release sometime in 2010. I still like XP over Vista.

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Windows 7 has arrived and perhaps it is the best one out here in the market now.

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For all its flaws, XP was still much superior to vista.

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This is not fair. I heard from lot of people that they are satisfied with XP than vista. They are switching back to XP. Please keep Xp back. We are so accustomed with it.
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I and my friends are using the same XP. If any one using vista send the data it creates a lot of problem in saving and accessing. We all strongly need XP.
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Please let me keep XP, I have used both windows there is no competition between these two. If micro soft wants to increase their sale for Vista why don't they modify vista rather than to kill XP.

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I am completely agreed with upgrading of old to new generation os but what if that os will not perform like older one i have seen that windows xp is much stable & much compatible with number of applications as well as it can run on low configuration machines with minimum ram & minimum installation space on drives. still its performance is best as compare to windows vista.

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