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Question by Colby: Should I switch to windows 8?
I currently have a dell Inspiron 15 n010 with a i3 duo core 8gb of ram and i3 HD graphics and my os is windows 7 home edition my
warranty has expired so I plan on wiping the system as it has become very slow and yes i have an anti virus (Bitdefender 2013) as well as registry cleaner (slmcleaner). i plan on upgrading the HDD to a SSD. But I can’t decide should i get windows 8 or stay with 7? I mostly use it for music and small games like league of legends an guild wars.

Any advice? I’ve been a little hesitant to switch cuz I’ve herd bad things but I’m computer savvy enough I could probably figure it out.

Best answer:

Answer by Ryan King
Look into it. Basically personal preference. As an online gamer though, I personally wouldn’t get it. It has its pros and cons, and I know people who say its horrible, and people who absolutely love it. But based off your specs, your computer shouldn’t have a hard time running Windows 8 at all.

I think of it as this. Windows 8 seems really good if you have a touch-screen device/monitor, otherwise I see Windows 7 as your best bet. If I had a touch-screen monitor or tablet, I would get Windows 8, but for my at home computer, I’ll stick with Windows 7.

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Koutech IO-ASS112 mSATA SSD to 1.8" SATA Drive Converter

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  • Convert mSATA SSD to 1.8" form-factor
  • Supports SATA-I, SATA-II, and SATA-III
  • 100% compatible with 1.8" SATA drive mechanical specification
  • No additional drivers necessary for easy installation and setup
  • Supports all Windows, Mac, and Linux OSes (*1)

Specifications:
- Convert mSATA SSD to 1.8" form-factor
- Supports SATA-I, SATA-II, and SATA-III
- Supports up to 6Gb/s maximum transfer rate
- With standard 22-pin microSATA (Data & Power) connector
- 100% compatible with 1.8" SATA drive mechanical specification
- mSATA SSD can be set as primary bootable drive
- No additional drivers necessary for easy installation and setup
- Supports all Windows, Mac, and Linux OSes (*1)

PC Requirements:
- PC with 1GB of RAM and 1.0GHz or faster processor
- One (1) available SATA port
- Windows XP/Server 2003/Vsta/Server 2008/Windows 7/Windows 8 or Linux (*1)

Mac Requirements:
- Mac Pro with Intel Xeon processor
- One (1) available SATA port
- Mac OS 10.4.x or later

*1 Supports both 32-bit & 64-bit OSes

Package Contents:
- One (1) mSATA converter
- Mounting screws set
- Quick user guide

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