January 9, 2009
When Will You Start Using Windows 7?
Microsoft is releasing a fully featured beta version of Windows 7 to up to 3 million members of the public today. The Company claims the Vista replacement will run faster on everything from high-end PCs to Netbooks. Haven't we heard this before?
The Company says the final version of Windows 7 will be released in January 2010. If so, won't that be the first time Microsoft has hit its release date for an operating system? So you can start testing Windows 7 today, wait until next January for the commercial version, or wait until 2012-2013 for the new operating system's SP2. [JH]
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It takes like 6 to 8 GB to store, depends on which build it is. I'm currently using Windows 7 Beta Build 7022 and I'll have to admit I'm pretty excited about it since I've never seen it going this fast. And it doesn't cache that many of MB like Vista does, make sure you get the x86 (32-bit) version if you have lower then 4 gigs a ram.
Posted by: SlisheR | Feb 28, 2009 2:24:36 PM
How many gigs does it take to operate or to store.
Posted by: Tom Baxter | Jan 11, 2009 9:20:35 AM