Windows Lucky Number 7

by Noc Team on October 26, 2009

window-7Maybe the fancy word became a curse, but being back to the roots seems more natural and more ‘Microsoft’. So the reviews are positive and Microsoft definitely needs to relax this time.

Windows 7 is safe, simpler, snappier and simply works.”

Each time a famous brand publishes or makes something the whole universe rushes towards it in order to praise it and criticize it. Microsoft said, “It’s all about personalization today.”


Arriving at a time when companies are all set for refreshing their systems. Around 15 million copies of Windows 7 RC and Beta have already been downloaded and tested. Even on the day of its launch computer users had already paid prelaunch orders. These were more in number as compared to its predecessor Vista.

Vista’s disaster disappointed many Microsoft fans. Microsoft spent all its might in order to convince its costumers and in making Vista successful by removing all the disastrous elements. “Vista was a bit of a nightmare for Microsoft, and people didn’t buy it”. But Due to lack of efficiency and simplicity, number of Vista’s fans decreased at a remarkable pace.

Windows 7 takes a step back from Vista’s craziness, with just three main versions

It’s stable, smooth, and highly polished, introducing new graphical features, a new taskbar that can compete handily with the Mac OS X dock, and device management and security enhancements that make it both easier to use and safer. Well we would rather sum up the Windows 7 as ‘Windows Lucky 7’. It has fixed most of the problems in Vista and set a stage for the future of Windows versions which are yet to come. It presents a stable platform that can compete comfortably with OS X, while reassuring the world that Microsoft can still turn out a strong, useful operating system.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Muhammad Noman October 27, 2009 at 2:30 PM

Yup I do agree , after all Windows 7 is the work of 3,000 Microsoft software engineers and involved the cooperation of 50,000 third-party software, hardware and peripheral vendors.

Muhammad Noman October 27, 2009 at 2:50 PM

THANK YOU!! FINALLY, a post I can relate to with regards to this article. I must be one of the few people who like Vista. I started using it from Beta without problems and used it both at home PC and laptop.

If I didn’t game at home I’d seriously consider the Mac. However I am now running Windows 7 on home computer and quite happy with it..

Next stop is to move to 64bit …

Faiza October 27, 2009 at 5:30 PM

Not a windows fan but the title forced me read this post HAHA………yes i totally agree with the continuous positive reviews from all over the wold. Windows 7 is definitely LUcky number 7 for Microsoft :)

Khurram October 28, 2009 at 3:03 AM
Abdullah Ghunio November 19, 2009 at 1:31 AM

It’s stable, smooth, and highly polished, introducing new graphical features, a new taskbar that can compete handily with the Mac OS X dock, and device management and security enhancements that make it both easier to use and safer, that is lucky windows 7

Leave a Comment

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA.

Previous post:

Next post: