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[News] [Rival] It's Official: Vista 7 is the New Vista

  • Subject: [News] [Rival] It's Official: Vista 7 is the New Vista
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Feb 2010 09:45:28 +0000
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Microsoft apologist Adrian Kingsley-Hughes:

The Windows 7 honeymoon is over

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| Over the past few weeks, Windows 7 has been 
| hit by several problems, which while being 
| high profile, may or may not only exist in 
| the minds of the users. Thereâs been the 
| battery issue, where users claim that Windows 
| 7 is causing battery deterioration, and on 
| top of that claims that a reliability patch 
| released by Microsoft is actually causing 
| problems. According to Microsoft, the battery 
| issue is a non-issue and Windows 7 is working 
| normally, and the company is investigating 
| claims that the reliability patch is causing 
| BSoDs and startup/shutdown issues.



The iPad May Be Humorous, But Windows 7 Is Frustrating

,----[ Quote ]
| I fired up a PC I havenât used in a while,
| expecting to have to sit through the mind-
| numbing Windows Update parade. What I was
| confronted with was worse than that, as the
| computer refused to boot properly. I found
| myself staring at the window above, telling me
| that something was wrong and asking if I
| wanted Windows 7 to fix itself. I told it yes
| and the fun began.
| It sat and did something, I donât know what
| but the hard disk was thrashing, for a good
| while. Eventually it indicated it needed to
| restore the system to an earlier point, so I
| said yes. This fired off another seemingly
| endless process that eventually required a
| reboot.

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