Windows 7 "a strong, modern successor to sturdy, familiar but aged Windows XP"

Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal gives Windows 7 a big thumbs up in his latest column, here's a teaser from the column: “Windows 7 introduces real advances in organizing your programs and files, arranging your taskbar and desktop, and quickly viewing and launching the page or document you want, when you want it. […]

Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal gives Windows 7 a big thumbs up in his latest column, here's a teaser from the column: “Windows 7 introduces real advances in organizing your programs and files, arranging your taskbar and desktop, and quickly viewing and launching the page or document you want, when you want it. It also has cool built-in touch-screen features. It removes a lot of clutter. And it mostly banishes Vista’s main flaws—sluggishness; incompatibility with third-party software and hardware; heavy hardware requirements; and constant, annoying security warnings.”

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