Go fetch yourself a glass of water first, because I bet this argument is definitely going to get ugly later on!
Choosing a particular version of Windows has never been easy. I mean, let’s face it! This is one of the biggest debated topics so far in the history of mankind. People come up with various explanations on what to choose and why, but is that really enough for you? Let’s find out.
Let’s start from the bottom of our list. Windows 7 was the successor of Windows Vista, which disappointed the users a lot with its sluggishness which even persisted equally on high end hardware. Speed was considered as the key feature of Windows 7 along with better desktop responsiveness and compatibility capabilities. The search and organization were also boosted with an improved start menu for better experience. Windows 7 was introduced with a unique touch support, which indeed existed only for the latest models of the hardware which had touch compatible screens.
Windows 8, on the other hand came bundled with completely new features such as Windows Live syncing which allowed the users to login from any windows PC with their “LIVE ID” and retrieve their own personalized settings. The dynamic desktop with the further improved search functionality and the fact that you could install multiple apps on it made Windows 8 very popular just after it was released.
Lastly, we will talk about the latest update from Windows –Windows 10. Most of us blindly switched to the newer released version, Windows 10, as soon as it was released. This sounds kind of fair too when we consider the massive aspects of changes that were bundled in this free update. The newer start menu combined with the exquisite user interface, virtual assistant Cortana and the gaming app XBOX have tempted the customers to upgrade to Windows 10. Windows 10 comes power-packed with features that resemble nothing like its predecessors in terms of the experiences it offers.
The benchmark comparisons of all the three versions of Windows give all sorts of mixed results. This means that although Windows 10 has been power-packed with features, you won’t have to pay the price bearing a significant drop in performance. However, Windows 10 turns out to be a little slow on running some applications such as Adobe Photoshop and Google Chrome compared to its preceding versions of Windows. This won’t be of much significance especially if you own current high end hardware with all the power Windows 10 needs.
Well, we can’t really decide what shirt you wear to the party, can we? The obvious reason behind this would be our lack of knowledge regarding the theme of the party you are planning to go. The same goes with this argument as well. The choice depends totally on what you wish to do with your computer. If you want a light yet fast Operating system, go for Windows 7. If you think you are not going to miss the start menu and cry about it, go for Windows 8. If you think you can compromise a little on the speed in exchange of the power-packed features that Windows 10 offers, go for it without having any second thoughts at all. After all, all the three versions are as equally reliable as you would want them to be. If you don’t own the high end hardware, it would be better for you to stick with the earlier versions of Windows. One thing is for sure, you can get any of these operating systems from Software King at the lowest price.
Windows has always been a pioneer in the making of some of the best operating systems available in the market. Whether you choose Windows 7, 8 or 10 will certainly depend on your usage patterns and the hardware you own. One thing that comes assured with the windows disc is your satisfaction for which the entire company burns the midnight oil, 24×7.