Windows 7 beta can be 'risky'
Users seem to be lapping up Microsoft’s just-released operating system Windows 7 beta. In fact, the software giant suspended the prev
ious 2.5 million download limit after its servers were overwhelmed by users trying to download the operating system.
However, installing the beta can be risky, unless one is really tech-savvy. Microsoft itself has warned users, "It can be glitchy” and “there's a chance of losing files.”
President of a PC User Group, Keith Younger said the general public is being used as Microsoft's "free guinea pigs.”
Here's why and how the Windows 7 beta can be a risky proposition for not-so-geeky users.
Source : infotech.indiatimes
Re: Windows 7 beta can be 'risky'
Well it's time for us to get on this Windows 7!
Still am quite happy with Windows XP SP3!
Thanks Rahul45 for this news.
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