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Richard Rost 
15 years ago
I have the same opinion about upgrading from Vista to W7 as I did about upgrading from XP to Vista... "if it ain't broke, don't fix it." Sure, I would love to sell everyone new training lessons teaching Windows 7, but the truth is there really isn't anything ABSOLUTELY COMPELLING you to upgrade. There aren't any new ground-shaking features that W7 has that you HAVE to get.

If you're currently running XP or Vista and your machine is running good, and you're happy with it, GREAT. Don't change a thing.

However, if you buy a NEW computer, I would recommend moving up to Windows 7. It has a lot of nice minor enhancements and upgrades to the user interface (again, not earth-shaking, but pleasant) and from what I've read is more stable than Vista - although I have not had ANY stability problems with Vista (knock on wood) outside of the crazy programming problems I had when Vista first came out (and that's because Microsoft super-locked-down the OS security).

Got Vista right now? It's working OK? Happy with it? Don't bother upgrading.

Got older hardware (more than 2 or 3 years old) don't bother upgrading.

Bought a computer recently and you qualified for a free upgrade to Windows 7 (like the recent laptop I bought) then sure, it's up to you... upgrade if you'd like.

Getting a NEW computer? Definitely get W7 on it.

There you go. Rick's quick W7 Upgrade Guide. :)

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