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Windows XP,Windows Vista,Windows 7 Say your point!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by senso851, Dec 2, 2009.

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Which is the best?

  1. Windows XP

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  2. Windows Vista

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  3. Windows 7

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  1. senso851

    senso851 BANNED BANNED

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    So i've used XP for a lot of years,changed a bit for Vista,didn't liked and now on 7.It freezes for some seconds sometimes,has cool interferance but i think i will go to Vista again.
    What you preffer and say your review :)
    Thanks.
     
  2. zebrahat

    zebrahat Elite Member

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    Microsoft has a 50% monster fail rate for its OS revisions. Vista--bad, XP--okay, Me--bad, 98--okay, etc. Jury is still out on Windows 7, so I'll play it safe with XP.
     
  3. MicroSal

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    XP sucked when it first came out....and Microsoft did what it always does.....use the user feedback to fix the problems. XP is pretty decent now. Vista is just a rushed bloated version (think Windows ME) and not many like it. Windows 7 I do like, but there is no way I'm moving to it for at least another year until the users have given Microsoft enough feedback to come up with the first patch.
     
  4. ahox

    ahox Newbie

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    if u want fast and safe OS!
     
  5. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    XP SP3 would be my choice for my development PC
     
  6. rightbeginni

    rightbeginni Registered Member

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    XP SP3 is the best.
     
  7. nothingnothing

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    XP SP3 till WIN7 SP1.
     
  8. cagefighter

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    God Vista was a complete nightmare Windows 7 so far fast, secure, easy to use thumps up!
     
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    Lovin Windows 7 Myself, got it running on 3 pc's
     
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    Its funny how on the poll no one voted for Vista (literally 0%)

    I have a Vista and it pisses me off, she takes like about 1gb steady ram just to idle
    and be Vista with no running programs or open folders! Its ridiculous...

    After I can figure a way to rip all my serials then I will be going to XP for sure.

    Another issue I have with my Vista is that, torrent wise, I almost always get errors
    trying to download mp3's ...

    So
    Friggen
    Annoying!
     
  11. trex191

    trex191 Regular Member

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    i have try them all, xp might be faster and stuff by statistics facts out there, but window 7 features makes me feel more relax
     
  12. sysfailure

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    Windows XP SP3 optimized for best performance is my choice for all workstations.
     
  13. fatbaldbloke

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    Vista has an annoying habit of getting progressively slower. It starts of OK, then in three month's time it's impossible to work with. While XP is fully supported I'll stick with it.
    7 should have the bugs ironed out by then.
     
  14. insider

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    Quoted for truth
     
  15. Tusku

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    XP SP3 Evergreen and of course w 7 also flexible but not as much as xp
     
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    keep updated always keep updated, xp really old
     
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    Pretty fine with it, windows 10 isnt that bad though, just the start bar is a bit buggy
     
  18. netguru

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    Windows XP here!.Pretty fast and efficient.
     
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    Generally, most people are walking a higher version, why do you want to low version of the installation.Generally high version will also be a lot faster running speed. So I can't understand what you are thinking about. And if you have set a password for your Windows vista or Windows 7, when you go to change the system, do you know how to unlock the password you have set? Or do you know some key for Windows password reset. Thinking about this problem again is good for you. Hope this message is good for you.:)