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Windows 7 support forum created

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Steven P.    13,363

I have just created the Windows 7 support forum, you can view it here.

We decided not to consolidate Vista and 7 together, or move Vista into the NT4/2000/XP Client forum just yet. Vista is still a supported and widely used platform, so it will need its own support area until such time it ceases to be as active as it is now.

I urge people to not use the new Windows 7 forum for support relating to beta or release candidate versions.

Enjoy :)

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Lee G.    234

Nice! Thanks Neobond! :D

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jelli    7

Excellent, I agree with not deprecating the Vista forum. Only 73 days to go till retail!

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bobbba    9

Great stuff (Y)

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+Anarkii    2,249

Thanks Steven!

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Crazysah    7

Good job. Thanks for it.

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Yusuf M.    1,362

It was getting harder and harder to weed out the Windows 7 RTM threads and Windows 7 beta/RC threads in the Windows 7 beta section. Yes, that seemed repetitive. Anyway, it's a good move. I like it! :yes:

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ToneKnee    300

Could the Windows 7 beta/RC forum be linked to the top of the Windows 7 page please? People are posting beta/RC problems in the RTM section.

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DanManIt    1

Awesome, glad to see this added

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Funworld    0

There is a great need to take help in Windows 7...good idea to get them find help here.

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Omkar    0
There is a great need to take help in Windows 7...good idea to get them find help here.

Oh, the confidence, that the latest version of Microsoft? (predominantly the global leader in consumer operating systems, if I may say)'s OS would widelyneed> support. Not quite there yet, are we?

Tranquility: a distant dream of the OS maker(s).

@OP: Categorization wins.

Omkar

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