Windows 7 Upgrades Extremely SatisfactoryFor customers


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Windows 7’s modest system requirements in comparison with Windows Vista’s have made it possible for customers to upgrade to the latest iteration of the Windows client, without having to also upgrade their hardware. While Vista was somewhat of a resource hog, Windows 7 is designed to run on the same computers that accommodate Windows XP, a nearly decade old operating system, which was released in 2001. In fact, the latest two Windows clients launched by Microsoft seem to be in different leagues altogether. While customers have pounded Vista with incessant criticism, a recent survey by Forrester Research has indicated that the level of satisfaction is extremely high for Windows 7 upgraders.
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