Running on exactly the same physical computer with fresh Windows Vista SP2 and Windows 7 RC partitions, confirmed what our eyes and gut feelings were telling us: On average, most browsers ran 11.9% faster in Windows 7 than on the same machine running Vista SP2, with most speed gains falling right around that mark.
Chrome is the best browser there is.
I am currently running Windows 7 RC1 (7100) and I am waiting for a better build to leak other than the 7137.
Apparently 7140 is going to have some UI changes, but that is probably bullshit, anyway, I'll just wait for some decent improvements.
Yea Chrome is the best but some extensions make it buggy, hope that improves once I update
As for W7, it's probs just soem tweaking, like the login background etc. And until W7 allows antihack progs (as well as a few others) to hook the system it's pretty useless for anything but toying around
Vista had the same problem when it was on this stage.
Windows 7 doesn't work with some anti-hack programs, correct.
But by release, it should be fine.
Besides, I always dual boot Windows 7 with XP.
It didn't work with ALL of the antihacks I got. Always got a bluescreen, even when I got netlimiter . And lay of XP, it's practically dead. Use Vista (yes, it runs fine on a good PC) or a faster linux system, I got ubuntu + KDE + Virtualbox with coherent windows (and yes, for the sake of speed, XP). But never use XP as a seperate system.