With plenty of positive reviews around for the beta and release candidate versions of the OS, Windows 7 looks set to change things around for the better. Sure, who can forget the disastrous launch on Windows Vista, but that's all behind us now. Based on the same platform, Microsoft seems to have learnt plenty from the lessons of the past and have made sure that there's plenty of driver support for the new OS. And thanks to the same driver model base as Windows Vista, it should be plenty much easier and faster to get new updates or support for your hardware in Windows 7.
Things seem to be definitely looking up. So now that the official launch date is here, it's time to do an upgrade. Here at HardwareZone, we've gotten ready a guide and introduction to all things Seven, from what's new and awesome, to the tweaks you can use that come all ready to go in the new OS. We've even tossed in some performance guides and results from our testing of the OS, so what are you waiting for? Click away!