Wednesday, March 04, 2009 2:23 PMI have come to realize that windows 7 is the next best thing since vista took a long time to come around. I run vista as a major OS. I am just wondering, if microsoft wanted critical feedback on windows 7 and how it performs in running every day task. I think that microsoft needs to send who ever is test a email on what to test how to test, the operating system as a whole. Instructions on basically what microsoft wants. It should not be to hard for their tech department to come up with a format like this, and it would help them in a long run. Once everything is completed that tester can send the info back to microsoft for microsoft information. With the technical documentation microsoft would need to send instructions on how to put the OS through some rigorous test that would also benefit microsoft. I like windows 7 it had some major issues with windows update, and loosing the functionality with the internet when I did windows update. Other than that it is a huge imrprovement to windows vista. I for one will buy windows 7 when it comes out.
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Thursday, March 05, 2009 10:25 PM
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