Windows 7: Four Reasons to Upgrade, Four Reasons to Stay Away

I guess I can agree with some of his points, but I personally didn’t hesitate to jump on the Windows7 bandwagon. It’s faster, more stable and I generally agree with most of the UI changes. So far so good at least, but make your own decisions.

PC World

Just when things were going well, I tried to do a little light video editing, only to discover that Windows Movie Maker isn’t included with Windows 7. It’s now part of Microsoft Live, and it’s still in beta. In its present form, it’s much less capable than the app that ships with XP. So after ten minutes with Windows 7, I found myself booting up an old XP machine for an everyday task.