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Switching from XP to Win7

Posted: Fri, 31st Dec 2010, 10:25pm

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psychomyst

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Other than a post by PSCAMM in Jan2009, I didn't find other posts on the subject, if there were, please forgive.

I have a new PC on Windows 7, I'm going to be transferring all my software to my new PC. I have Vision Lab studio. What has the community's experience been? It there an upgrade to a Win7 version?

I am really hoping for some great performance with the new rig, i7 Extreme Chip, Rambus III extreme board, 6 gig ram, 2 ASUS GTX460 video cards in SLI - each w/ 1 Gig onboard ram.
Posted: Sat, 1st Jan 2011, 2:10am

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Fxhome Dude

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I switched over to it from XP and love it. One if not the best windows system to date, in my opinion.
Yes, there is a free upgrade for Vision lab.
Posted: Sat, 1st Jan 2011, 3:26am

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psychomyst

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thanks, I was trying to use the list at Microsoft

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/default.aspx

and FXHome's products weren't listed... but then, Sony Vegas Pro 10 wasn't listed either
Posted: Sat, 1st Jan 2011, 5:20am

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Axeman

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Yeah, the software absolutely works running in Windows 7, but I'm not sure how much difference there is in performance. I didn't ever have it running under an earlier version of Windows for comparison. But it will work great in windows 7.