I agree with CNET News: I can’t get enough of Windows 7

Of interest, Don Reisinger posted (January 22, 2009) which he "can’t get enough of Windows 7"…

"Anyone who reads The Digital Home knows that I have issues with Windows Vista. I think it’s a sub-par operating system with too many quirks and far too many flaws to make it worth using. I only use Vista when I have to.

"So I entered into the world of Windows 7 with some trepidation. Would it be the bloated mess that Vista is? Or would it bring me back to the golden days of Windows and whisk me away from the clutches of Apple? I didn’t know.

"But after using the beta (a term I use lightly, since this so-called beta is better than anything Microsoft ever shipped as Vista "Gold"), I can say with the utmost certainty that Windows 7 isn’t only the best operating system I’ve used in the past decade, it might be my favorite of all time. And as a person with four Macs staring me in the face as I write this, that’s something I never thought I’d say.

As I noted in my post about the features I like in Windows 7, we agree on the Taskbar, as well as the overall speed gain in the OS.  Reisinger ends by saying that…

"After using Windows 7 beta since its release, I can say that I’m genuinely impressed. For the first time in well over a decade, I have the desire to own the latest and greatest operating system from Microsoft. There was a time when I thought I’d never say that again. But finally, that day is here."

Why I can’t get enough of Windows 7 | The Digital Home – CNET News


Tags: Microsoft, customer experience, Windows 7.

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3 replies on “I agree with CNET News: I can’t get enough of Windows 7”

For me, it is hard to get excited about this guy’s views on Windows 7 since his views on Vista are obviously so warped.

But, it does illustrate the PR issue that Microsoft has with Vista that is absolutely must overcome with Windows 7.

I understand your points, Tom, and appreciate you views on the PR opportunity for Windows 7.

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