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Many companies are designing next generation 12” and 13” screen size versions and, while most run Windows Starter [some still run XP (some Linux)], it looks like Microsoft Windows 7 will be the eventual dominant operating system (unless Google is able to take substantial marketshare with its Chrome/Android netbook operating system). Windows 7 runs very well (better than Microsoft Vista) on today’s laptops and is offered widely. We highly recommend upgrading to Windows 7 Home or Premium from Starter.
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