Any problems occured whilst using Win7?(35 posts)
I installed Windows 7 in a dual boot configuration with Vista as my primary OS and installed Windows 7 in a Virtual Machine.
Only issue I have is not being able to use/test my EVDO card. From what I have read, EVDO is not suppose to work in Windows 7 at this time anyway. It is the only device on my Dell XPS M1330 that I cannot get to work.
So far, Windows 7 has performed very well with the software I have installed so far.
i expected problems but so far i've only experience very few minor things. nothing, so far, would keep me from using it or nit-picking it to death. i'm going to have to put a tv tuner on the computer i installed it on to see how wmc works. it's working better than expected on an ubuntu specific build computer. on an 80gb hdd it's only taken up 10gb so far. the speed is impressive. i never had a complaint about vista, so far i can't find one thing about windows7 that would keep me from switching over. as long as wmc and eset smart security works perfectly, i'll be a happy camper :P
dual booting win 7 and vista has been a breeze. win 7 works great so far except that my dell 4-in-1 card reader is not being recognised, but i dotn use it much so doesnt really matter. love the way wmp 12 adn wmc work. the ability to play all those movies without the need for additional codecs is a nice feature. my games (counter strike source, warcraft 3 and far cry 2) seem to work nicely. love the new windows live pakage, including the new msn, and live mail. i noticed the "shake the windows" feaute could do with some improvemnt as it isnt as responsive as i would liek it to be.
kesperskey anti virus program for win7 is a piece of s***. i would recomend nobody use it. it cosntantly bugs me about programs trying to write fiels to the registry and auto starting etc. when installing a programs like steam i got about 10 notifications trying to write files to the registry. it also told me that it had spyware and trojans when i know fora fact it doesnt. its driving me nuts, detecting pretty much every program as a virus.
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