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Windows 7's Early Buyers Happy, Study Finds

Microsoft already knows it's got a success on its hands given brisk sales of Windows 7. But a new survey from Forrester suggests just how pleased users have been with the successor to Windows Vista.

What's behind Windows 7's high rating with purchasers? Forrester says it comes down to factors like its support on older or lower-performance systems. Datamation takes a look.


A new survey shows that early adopters are overall quite happy with their switch to Windows 7.

The survey, conducted by market research firm Forrester Research, found that U.S. online consumers who identified themselves as early adopters and had purchased Windows 7 were satisfied with the move overall.

Read the full story at Datamation:
Survey: Windows 7 Early Adopters 'Very Satisfied'