Whenever a new gadget or program is released or even mentioned to be released in public soon, there’s always uproar by two sides with a silent majority of consumers watching.
On one side, there are the manufacturers, who would staunchly defend their product and claim that if it is not the best, then it is an improvement. On the other, there are the critics who would always make intelligent guesses on the possible outcomes and shortcomings of the product based on the designs.
With Windows 7 Ultimate, this is also the same. Even before it was released in parcels, as an act of testing the waters, battle lines have already been drawn between the two sides.
But what’s uncommon with this was that there was an outpouring of support for Windows 7 Ultimate, as well as inquires that forced Microsoft to be slowed down.
They even had to open up other servers to service the incoming tide of questions, otherwise, the next time a person checks up with Microsoft, they would end up with errors.
There were scores of people asking if Windows 7 Ultimate was good enough to cause all of the riots in the Internet that it caused. A trial of the Windows 7 Ultimate shows that it is, especially when compared with Vista.
The thing was, the differences were really apparent, with Windows 7 Ultimate being shown as a flexible OS to have, and Vista, an old creation. Flexible is the term to use, as there are scores of other programs that’s compatible automatically with Windows 7 Ultimate.
Whereas, Vista, if it was a person, would have to ask and be introduced first to the program in a painstaking process which all IT pros know. In speaking of IT pros, guess which of the two was favored by them even during the installation process as being easier, faster, and less-prone to errors?