Edit: Don't forget about that abortion called Windows ME.
For a while, I refused to use Windows Explorer and would only use Windows File Manager. Windows 3.1 was the last version with any good games: Chip's Challenge (A puzzle game with over 100 levels which would get progressively more difficult. Though the graphics were simple, the game play made up for it.), Jezzball, Maxwell's Maniac. I still have them zipped up on a CD somewhere...List of Microsoft Entertainment Pack GamesEdit: Don't forget about that abortion called Windows ME.
Windows 3.1 = #3Windows 95 = #4Windows 98 = #5Windows 2000 = #6Windows XP = #7Windows Vista = #8Yeah, still doesn't work. Maybe they're not counting 2000 and Vista because those were complete shit. Maybe that's the reason for #7 - so they can pretend those two never existed and maybe someday we'll forget about them.I love XP and don't see any reason at all to upgrade my OS even though Windows 7 has been getting pretty good reviews so far. If I do upgrade it'll be at least a year after it's released, just to make sure they don't pull another Vista on us. But in all the reviews I've read of 7, I don't really see what it does that XP doesn't do, other than maybe eat up a little more memory.
Also, as I understand it, there have been only 6 operating systems prior to Win7, but there were multiple versions and variations of each one. This is the 7th, entirely new, OS.
So, no one else is using 7, eh?...just responding to nearly a year old posts...Also, as I understand it, there have been only 6 operating systems prior to Win7, but there were multiple versions and variations of each one. This is the 7th, entirely new, OS.Be thankful that Microsoft can't get it right. If they did, we'd probably be in some Matrix-like situation now...and Agents don't take prank phone call lightly.