XP pro v Win7

  bumpkin 21:42 02 Sep 12

hi, can anyone explain to me how Win7 is an update from XP pro when it is not as good. Perhaps I have missed something. Ray

  Nontek 22:10 02 Sep 12

I used to have XP Home, not the Pro version. Now using Win7 on a new laptop, the main advantage I can see is Win7's ability to use much more RAM. I expect others will give more detailed reasons! I would not agree that Win7 is not as good as XP.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:19 02 Sep 12

Why do you think its not as good?

XP is a twelve year old op system patched and bloated to fill the "holes"

Win 7 is Faster and more Secure.

for a lot of people XP is good enough until they require a new computer that will take advantage of Win 7's greater capabilities.

  bumpkin 22:25 02 Sep 12

OK, here is an example, when I try to use the net it says enter your 8 digit code for the router, WHAT code from where? it does not explain.


  onthelimit1 22:29 02 Sep 12


What on earth has that got to do with W7?

  lotvic 22:44 02 Sep 12

"8 digit code for the router"

sounds like the Wireless password, on the sticker on back of router. There must be a setting so it is remembered somewhere. (So long since I did mine on Thinkpad I'm not sure where setting is)

  bumpkin 22:44 02 Sep 12

Hi, yes it should be better, but I have yet to learn how to use it I suppose

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:43 03 Sep 12

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU0d-dZTT5Q watch his video of how to connect wireless in win 7

  xania 14:57 03 Sep 12
  xania 14:57 03 Sep 12
  bumpkin 20:54 03 Sep 12

Thanks for your replies, as pointed out by (onthelimit) I have diversified from the original posting so I will close.


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