Windows 7 Service Pack 2: Why the World Needs It
Statistics provided by various market researchers around the world show that Windows 7 continues to be the top desktop operating system out there, with a share that’s near the 50 percent threshold.
Although figures vary from one analyst firm to another, it’s very clear that Windows 7 continues to be a very popular choice for Windows users. And it’s no wonder why: it runs smoothly even on old PCs, looks good, can still work with today’s tech and enjoys full support from software developers.
It goes without saying that if you’re sticking with Windows 7, you’re not feeling left behind, although there’s one thing that’s likely to give you headaches: updating the system.
Windows 7 was launched in October 2009, and since then, users had to update their computers every month to make sure that they’re fully up to date. For those with automatic updates turned off, getting all updates at a certain point was a nightmare, pretty much because their machines had to download te… (read more)
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