I never thought I’d see the day where I would willingly leave Windows XP and move on to something else, but in walks Windows 7, which changed my mind for good. I was severely disappointed with Windows Vista, and never made the switch. I viewed Vista as a downgrade with all of its bugs and performance problems. XP was a simple, unadulterated love affair. It was the dignified lady of the PC world. She was simple, stable, and dependable. Lady XP welcomed PCs as low as 300 MHz, and life was good. The rich, the poor, the middle class−we all loved her! Yet, the time comes where every dignified lady must retire, and hang up the hat.
I won’t go into detail about each new feature Windows 7 has to offer, but I will list a few things that stood out to me. Continue reading From Windows XP to Windows 7: A Bittersweet End