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View Poll Results: How happy are you with Windows 7 ? Rank on a scale of 5!

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  • 1 - Could have been better.

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    4 23.53%
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  • 5. Its the "best-est" ! Very happy!

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Thread: The state of Windows 7 Satisfaction

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    Default The state of Windows 7 Satisfaction

    I came across the above named article at pcworld:The State of Windows 7 Satisfaction - PC World and thought it was a very fair and balanced article so I'd draw it to your attention for your thoughts




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    Good to see that users are happy with Windows 7. Thanks Seti

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    Poll added.

    On a scale of 5, how happy are you with Windows 7? 1 being the least and 5 being very happy!

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    Thank you seti.
    In regards to the poll added I choose 4 cause I bought Windows 7 64 bit and the most of security software doesn't play well with a 64 bit OS
    Last edited by leofelix; 7th December 2009 at 18:13.

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    @Andy thank you putting the poll in for me.@tweak and Leofelix thanks for your comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by leofelix View Post
    Thank you seti.
    In regards to the poll added I choose 4 cause I bought Windows 7 64 bit and the most of security software doesn't play well with a 64 bit OS
    How about MSE. Works well in my 32bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whs View Post
    How about MSE. Works well in my 32bit.
    Not bad, Microsoft also provides a MSE 64 bit setup file.

    Unfortunately CPU usage is very high and MSE slown down Firefox and Thunderbid mail client.

    So I decided to install Avira antivirus free which alongside MalwareBytes' AntiMalware, Winpatrol and PC Tools Firewall Plus is a very good defense line in my opinion

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    4 days after I posted this, pcadvisor have put the story on their web site! So if you really want to keep up to date with things, you know where to come first

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    Quote Originally Posted by seti View Post
    4 days after I posted this, pcadvisor have put the story on their web site! So if you really want to keep up to date with things, you know where to come first
    TWC Rocks man...........and so are there members

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyAndyK View Post
    Poll added.

    On a scale of 5, how happy are you with Windows 7? 1 being the least and 5 being very happy!
    Me too on a scale of 5. And super pumped for Windows 8. I hope

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