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Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+
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spacedrone808
Posted 2022-02-25 7:05 AM (#2337)
Subject: Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+



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Is there any other people which using Windows 7 on daily basis?

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DXZeff
Posted 2022-02-25 4:25 PM (#2338 - in reply to #2337)
Subject: Re: Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+



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I try my best not to and look forward to the day I don't have to use it again.
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spacedrone808
Posted 2022-02-25 4:58 PM (#2339 - in reply to #2338)
Subject: Re: Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+



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DXZeff - 2022-02-25 4:25 PM

I try my best not to and look forward to the day I don't have to use it again.


Just curious, for what reason you don't like win7?
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DXZeff
Posted 2022-02-25 5:14 PM (#2340 - in reply to #2339)
Subject: Re: Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+



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Mostly because I can't wrap my head around the UI, it tends to bug out and never performed very well.

My laptop still uses it, purely because it can't run Windows 10 - technically it can, but you lose the mouse and keyboard because they implemented them weird.

Edited by DXZeff 2022-02-25 5:15 PM
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tedster
Posted 2022-03-05 1:24 AM (#2345 - in reply to #2340)
Subject: Re: Complete tweaking guide for Windows 7 SP2+



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I still have it on a couple of machines. An old laptop, in my workshop. That I use for music playback and as a .pdf viewer etc.

I also have it on my old main machine. I built it new, back in 2011 or so. It was top of the line, pretty much, back then. It has an i7 2600K @4GHz, 16GB of DDR3 and a pair of Radeon HD6970's in X-Fire. All water cooled inside a big HAF case! It's hooked up to a 27" Dell 2K screen. It's been such a great computer and still holds its own today.

I do like Win7. It just seems a bit dated. Which I suppose is fair enough, seeing as it is!
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