i thought the fact that it wasn't vista is all that was necessary.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/home?os=nonwin7Snake Griffin said:Can someone break the major differences between Vista and Windows 7 for me? Essentially what makes 7 that much better than Vista.
The current deal for Vista to 7 is $50... it isn't going to get much cheaper than that I imagine.pditty said:Windows 7 runs a hell of a lot better on low end hardware (netbooks etc) than Vista does. I have a copy of Vista Ultimate 64 on my desk right now. Got it when it first came out. It was installed on my quad core intel for about 2 days before I took it off.
I may consider upgrading my old AMD X64 3500 system downstairs from a very clean and stable XP install to Windows 7 down the line.
Vista will probably stay right here on the desk uninstalled unless there is a good upgrade deal from Vista to 7. In the meantime, I'll keep using the 3 Macs we have.
Someone once told me Virtual Memory (using hard disk as RAM to avoid having to buy RAM) was the best thing to ever happen to RAM sales (so slow it makes people cough up money for RAM). Vista is probably the best thing to happen to Apple in a long time.
It says it includes both versions. Not sure why you would want to install the 32 bit version.evangelos K said:One thing I am not sure about... I have not seen separate 32 and 64 versions, neither on Newegg, where I got my copy, or on Windows 7 site. I am guessing the DVD includes both?