Reviving Your Old System with Windows 8

Microsoft, one of the world’s topmost software companies in the world, has gained the reputation of offering some of the best software products for the customers and users. Microsoft was catapulted to fame mainly when they launched the Windows series of Operating System. With Windows, the software maker Microsoft gained unparalleled popularity.

Windows 7 is the most popular operating systems at present when we consider the OS market share. As per the statistics, over fifty percent of the Windows Operating System users in the world use Windows 7 for their OS use. Windows 7 was the OS, which replaced Windows Vista. Windows Vista did not do well in the market. Windows 7 rectified all Vista problems and became an instant hit.

Now, with the launch of advanced, modern and metro-ized Windows 8, Microsoft has introduced some really new features and changes. Especially the user interface is nothing like people have seen till date. Compared to Windows 7, Windows 8 has many new features. The main criticism Windows 8 has faced is the drastically different User Interface. Apart from that, there are many things advantageous of using Windows 8 powered systems.

First and foremost, after many testing runs, it is seen that Windows 8 is really faster compared to Windows 7 in every possible way. When you consider the install, booting, sleep/resume, various file operations, features etc. you will get to know about the superiority of the new Windows OS in many aspects. The software giant has really come through on their promise that Windows 8 Upgrade would deliver a new level of performance and even function wonderfully on a modest hardware platform. The minimum Windows 8 requirements are really modest, like a 1 GHz or faster processor, 1GB [32-bit] or 2GB [64-bit] of RAM, and a DirectX 9 graphics device with minimum WDDM 1.0 or higher driver. It would be great news for the old PC users that hardware upgrades are typically not necessary for accommodating Windows 8 OS.

In case you are wondering will this new operating system work on older computers, actually they will if these minimum hardware requirements are met. Many small businesses can really feel happy having older personal omputers due to budget constraints. The great thing is that Windows 8 installation use only 10 Giga Bytes of space on your hard drive. This way, Windows 7, Windows Vista and even the old Windows XP Operating System users may not have many issues. Windows 8 upgrade is not just a dream now, you can easily afford it.

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