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Back to Vista for Now

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Well, I decided now was a good time to end my "trial" of Windows 7 6801 and I'm back running Vista Ultimate SP2 for now. Windows 7 looks like a great OS, and I'll probably switch to it for good once it arrives RTM.

My review

The good
- Definately faster then either XP or Vista specially on boot up/shutdown.
- The drivers that worked with Vista seem to also work with Windows 7.
- User Access Control was much improved and far less annoying.
- The new taskbar was sleek and well made.

The ugly
- A little buggy but not terrible for pre-beta software. The most annoying bug I came across was trying to change a file extension and having the window popup asking me if I'm sure I want to continue, only to find the 'Continue' and 'Cancel' buttons were missing.
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The most annoying bug I came across was trying to change a file extension and having the window popup asking me if I'm sure I want to continue, only to find the 'Continue' and 'Cancel' buttons were missing.
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Truly funny eh, nearly siggable...

I will have to see if I have that problem to...
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Hard DriveHard DriveCoolingOS
80GB Main 1TB Storage Stock Win 7 
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Arctosa Antec VP-450 Antec 300 Deathadder 
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