Downgrading From Vista

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February 21, 2010 at 19:20:57
Specs: Windows Vista
Hey all!

So like I been hating win Vista lately, like its crashes alot and stuff. So i been thinkin to downgrade to another win system. Im thinkin to buy win 98SE or win2000 because it is fast, but ppl say that win ME is better, i also got texted by someone saying they found win 95 for 20 dollars, and it is fast, so that i might try out. But then, sad for me, I heard that win 3.1 is the fastest but its kinda old, like 20 months or somthin, can someone PLZ help!

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February 22, 2010 at 02:07:00
Please check if Windows 98 or even 95 can drive modern fast processors ( Core 2 duo, etc. ), other hardware, such as graphics card, and your programs.



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February 23, 2010 at 08:03:42
Do not get Windows ME - it's very 'buggy' because Microsoft
rushed it out to fend off complaints that XP wasn't ready. But
the plan backfired. They received even more complaints and
ME proved to be the operating system that everyone wanted
to forget - including Microsoft!

Windows XP, on the other hand, has been a huge success
and a hard act to beat for it's stability and user-friendliness. If
you don't like Vista, the only sensible downgrade is XP,
preferrably with the latest (and final) service pack 3 (SP3).

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February 23, 2010 at 18:39:21
Why not try to fix the problem you are having with Vista or backup your data & reload the system if the problem is severe enough to warrant a reload - huh?

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February 24, 2010 at 07:05:20
Absolutely DO NOT even think about moving to windows 95, 98,
ME, or 2000. The first three are extremely buggy, and none of
them will come close to supporting modern software. Not to
mention, they are no longer being updated to fix security issues.
I would recommend going to your hardware manufacture's
website and downloading and installing the latest drives. Then, I
would install all of the windows updates. If that doesn't work, you
should consider upgrading to windows 7.

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