Windows XP v. Windows 7 v. Windows Vista: What’s been your experience?

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I recently saw a conversation on Twitter about the bad rep that Windows Vista had from the get-go, even though Microsoft eventually fixed the bugs. Which of the recent Windows operating systems has your company used/liked/despised? For someone shopping the available Windows operating systems, what would you recommend or warn against? Share your advice, complaints and anecdotes!

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Our company completely ignored Windows Vista and now that we are planning to upgrade desktop OS’s we are going to go to Windows 7. It is much more suitable to our environment. It runs more efficiently without the expensive required hardware updates Vista needed.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    If make a comparison amongst three, obviously I go for Windows XP. It is so enhanced and comfort to operate and easily understand by simple or the users who have not expertise in computer area. Also it is possible to connect peer to peer Lan and networking easily. So go for XP for desktop level.
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    Thank you, Rechil and Technochic; I've added your points!
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    [...] standards, shortcomings, and future. Looking for the current industry’s climate regarding Windows operating systems? Get the scoop from an active community; these conversations often cover most angles of the [...]
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