If you have Vista, you maight want to make a fresh install, since some of the projects that work in Vista might not work in Windows 7 (like skype), but users of Windows 7 build 7000 can upgrade, as it makes no matter on anything. So, its really your choice. I am multi booting right now, with linux mint and windows build 7077, and its been a good experience so far. not much bugs, but sort of laggy performance.
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The pirate bay isn't an "attack site" that's a ludicrous claim coming from a person who clearly doesn't know what he's talking about. Like any site the pirate bay can be abused, check the comments and tags before downloading and you'll be fine. Also this instructable makes far to many assumptions to the readers skill level, Using iso's and torrents isn't something all users are familiar with and should be linked or documented better. I will Say I absoloutley love my windows 7 though, I'm running build 7000 and have been for months. 2b1af7f3a8