Personally I like Windows 7 a whole lot better than Windows 8. If you do go with 8, you'll want to get Start8 or Classic Start to make it look and feel a lot like Windows 7. Some say it's a little faster, but it sure doesn't seem MUCH faster to me. If you look through the Windows 8 forum here on CNET, you'll see very few posts from folks who like it and a whole lot from those who hate it. Now that I have Classic Start I don't hate it, but I sure don't love it either. There're a lot more freeware and shareware programs you can download for Windows 7 right here on download.com than there are apps for Windows 8. MS in its wisdom chose to remove all the desktop games, XP Mode, and the gadgets from Windows 8 and the new user interface is counter-productive for desktop and laptop users. YMMV
I am new here but i've downloaded here always my software for my Windows 7 laptop. Now i decided to make a part of the forum. So, before I will get started of my questions. If you explain something, could you tell it a bit more clear? Because sometimes it's hard to understand the world with my extremely ADHD head. Ha
Okay, I have a Aspire 5253 running on Windows 7 home Premium edition. I guess I want to upgrade it to windows 8,, just for the apps. I don't know why, maybe its easier than windows 7?
1. Will windows 8 make my laptop slower?
2. Can I also install windows 7 software on my laptop?
3. I'm a little bit confused about the 'problems' about windows 8. I use my laptop for music, internet, just entertainment and stuff. No games. I'm wondering if its worth to upgrade it to windows 8?
I'm sorry for my, maybe, bad English.