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Just six months after its release, Windows 7 is now installed on one in 10 of the world's PCs, Microsoft has confirmed.
The operating system was launched on 22 October 2009 and has gone on to sell more than 100 million licences - making it the fastest-selling Windows OS in history according to Microsoft.
When was the last time a MS OS had a feature that was actually useful? It has only gotten more bloated, more demanding of system hardware, and changed for the sake of change. They renamed a service pack and charged people for it, and they gobbled it up.
[edited by: bill at 12:24 am (utc) on Jun 11, 2010]
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The way it groups open windows on the taskbar is ridiculous, so counter productive. The first week using Win7 it was doing my head in.
My complaints are not as a user, but as an IT admin who has to support MS crap, and has for 15 years. I'm a slave to the install base, and am in a far better position than most to judge what works on the desktop.
My complaints are not as a user, but as an IT admin who has to support MS crap, and has for 15 years.