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New Windows 7?

Postby Atlas » Fri May 29, 2009 9:23 am

Guys,


Do any of you know when the new Windows 7 will be released? I am very sick of Vista and hope the new Windows will be better. Also will BA work with the new Windows?



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Re: New Windows 7?

Postby Tim » Fri May 29, 2009 3:05 pm

The word is it will come out this fall, but they are not telling for certain.

Hopefully, Bible Analyzer will work with 7. I'm fairly sure it will, but I would like to have a copy of the current Release Candidate but it is over a 2 Gig download!. If someone knows someone who has downloaded it and will provide a DVD (I will pay a nominal fee), I'll try it out. (It is freely distributed so no copyright issues. I will get my own installation key)
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Re: New Windows 7?

Postby John45 » Sun Sep 20, 2009 10:42 pm

I have been using Windows 7 since the beta was released. I am now using the release candidate. Bible Analyzer runs in it just fine. Windows 7 is scheduled to be released Oct 22, 2009.
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Re: New Windows 7?

Postby Atlas » Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:07 am

John,

Thanks for the info. I ran the Windows 7 upgrade advisor and it says I need more RAM. I'll go get some more RAM in a few week and get Windows 7 on Oct 22 or 23 when it comes out. Do you have any idea how much Windows 7 will cost? I'm just wondering.



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Re: New Windows 7?

Postby John45 » Thu Oct 15, 2009 12:03 pm

From what I've read the upgrade for Win7 Home Premium will cost about $130 and the full software, which is necessary for a clean install, will cost about $190. I have found that a clean install is to be preferred over an upgrade. If you are going to do a clean install, be sure to back up all your data before doing it. Don't forget about the files in favorites file for Internet Explorer. If you are an MS Office user, don't forget about the Outlook pst files, the Word dictionary files (if you add words to them). I have overlooked these on several occasions and have found it a pain to reconstruct them.
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