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Windows 7 Starter


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Poll: Windows 7 Starter (8 member(s) have cast votes)

Haved you used Windows 7 Starter?

  1. Yeah (3 votes [37.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 37.50%

  2. No (5 votes [62.50%])

    Percentage of vote: 62.50%

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blackturbokitty

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Windows 7 Starter was alright. Though I downgraded to Windows XP because it was too bloated and it lacked simple features. I like how Windows 7 is more stable and gives me more options for network diagnostics, but otherwise it's a step backwards in terms of Windows.


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http://en.wikipedia....dows_7_editions
http://windows.micro...ompare?T1=tab15

Starter is bottom-of-the-stack, so to speak. Doubt if many folks even bother with it. Chances are, they use the "Anytime Upgrade" our outright purchase one of the better retail versions.

Bluntly, YES, it is a step "downward" from XP (Home, even).

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I wouldnt bother with any of Microsoft's other editions of Windows 7 unless I had a faster computer. I'm not upgrading until they pull the plug on support for Windows XP. Otherwise it just seems like a massive waste of time to me.

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I installed Windows 7 Starter on an MSI Wind u100 Netbook with 2GB RAM. I then installed VirtualPC and installed Vista Business x86 inside of there. :thumbup
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I remember using Windows Vista business 64 bit on a computer at school. It was nice. Though then again all I was doing on it was office 2007. I'm not sure how it runs elsewhere.




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