Well, I dislike it more and more as each day goes by....
I am seriously considering returning to Vista.
Before you 'tear my head of' or start laughing, here's why:
I've used Windows 7 a lill' over three months now, and I can feel it slowing down and getting more and more slugish the more I use it on a daily basis compared to my experience with Vista.
Granted, this is two totally different PC systems, but still... New (better) OS + new/faster PC/hardware should = Better user experience.
Well, not in my case.
I've mentioned this numerous times before; On my old system Vista was running circles around Windows 7 on all accounts.
That includes speed and stability.
Now, on Windows 7, when I have a fair amount of applications open I can clearly feel that everything is slowing down - never happend with Vista, using the same applications, doing the exact same things.
I normally have Total Commander (filemanager), FireFox, Chrome (+ sometimes PaleMoon), Outlook, VLC and PSP7 open (+ the usual skinnable additions)
I like to watch movies while doing all my daily tasks, wether it being general internet surfing, doing some skining or whatever.
Now, it quickly becomes a pain as everything slows down to a grind the longer I keep at it.
In PSP, if I'm trying to draw a simple line I put the cursor down and drag it, I can easily drag it from one edge of the screen to the other before it 'reacts' and actually draws anything....
I've actually had to sometimes reboot Windows 7 after not too many hours to "clear it's throat".
None of this ever happend with Vista, even if it was on for days, weeks or even months.
Windows 7 may be faster for 'internal' operations, but as soon as I push it a bit it starts complaining.
Never happend with Vista. I could chuck everything at it, and it just gobbled it up and kept going.
Still find it odd that I'm considering Vista over Windows 7?
And wouldn't you feel the same if it was you...