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Thread: Sys admins - who is rolling out Windows 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sava700 View Post
    why not? Even now I've not seen or heard of anything on the scope of issues XP or Vista had when launched....
    The dumb****er thought I was installing it right then and there.


    I need to learn more about it before anything gets deployed.

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    we're targeting July 2010 to start rolling it out.


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    Quote Originally Posted by loop2kil View Post
    basically, this is Vista SP3 but you will have to pay for it
    I prefer to call is Vista Second Edition...similar to how Windows 98 was glitchy on its first release, but SE was pretty good.

    Except Windows 7 is quite a bit more different than Vista, underlying code is changed much more than just a service pack change like the name Vista SP3 implies.

    For people coming from XP who didn't really experience Vista in depth yet, Windows 7 is a big change and it gets lumped up with Vista. For people who dealt with Vista in depth, the differences in Windows 7 will stand out.
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    Still using Windows XP pro... Windows 7 still needs a lot of testing in our environment before it gets implemented.

    Even though we are upgrading from SMS 2003 to SCCM, probably going to wait a while before pushing Windows 7 images across the enterprise. (got to love those remote PXE installs)
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    I would if I had an "IT budget" to buy it.

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    Just placed my order for an upgrade CD... for home.

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    Just got my upgrade DVD... for home.

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    got it installed on my main desktop rig and my sony vaio. Biggest speed improvement was on mu sony vaio laptop. Runs so much smoother. So far I am very impressed with this OS!
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