cf I can't agree... My computer boots a lot faster on Win7 than it did on XP and it works great. No problems or errors or anything like that.
I remember I had my trouble with XP at first, before it became a very good OS. With Win7 I haven't had any trouble at all.
As for programs that don't run on it... I'm sorry, but what can one expect? I would rather have a modern technology OS than compatibility with programs whose creaters can't be bothered to go with the times.
It has been a big problem for Windows for years, that backward-compatibility.
Having said that, I didn't try the 64bit version. I can imagine that there would be quite a few more programs that don't work with the 64bit version.
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