has no respect for XP users because we did not greet Vista with open arms and open wallets. From what I've read, Windows 7 is essentially a re-make of Vista without the Draconian security features (UAC). And MS initially did not allow upgrades from XP directly to Windows 7, demanding that everyone buy a new computer with Windows 7 pre-installed if we didn't want to pay the full retail price.
Zinstall XP7 certainly appears to be an excellent alternative to running Windows 7 in "XP mode", but the $89 cost adds to the cost of buying the Windows 7 upgrade edition of our choosing, too.
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