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I have been running Windows Vista for quite sometime, and I recently switched to Windows 7. All the positives that are being said about the new operating system are quite true.
The boot time is quite fast. The operability is better than that of Vista, and tends to be more efficient.
The copying and deletion of files in Windows 7 is much faster than Vista and is on par with Window XP.
The only downside to Windows 7, which isn't much of a problem is a higher demand of memory. I suspect that Windows 7 needs twice the amount of memory as Vista.
My installation of Vista ran perfectly on the PC system with 1 gigabyte of memory, the memory usage ran around 50%. After loading Windows 7 operating system with the same programs, the memory usage runs around 90%.
Microsoft has mentioned that the minimum memory requirements for Windows 7 is one gigabyte, but if one will be running a number of programs, then approximately two gigabytes would be adequate.
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