I gave up XP years ago and have been using W7 for the past 3 years. If you buy one with an i7 processor and 8 gig of ram, you will be well satisfied. If you want to do something simple, consider i OS or Android. For a lot of people they are a good choice. I can speak for Android since I have had a Nexus 10 for over 6 months. You can go to app store and get lots of useful apps to fill it. Don't get me wrong, I love my W7 computers, but the Androids are fun for me, and could be the choice for many people who have limited range of things that they do. The portability is a great feature. Every time you turn them on, they connect to the Google Play store and update all the apps and notify you if you have new e-mail. You can move the icons around to suit your taste. Unfortunately many manufacturers don't produce drivers for their printers, and it can be had to print to a printer. I have a HP printer and they have produced an app where I can print to the computer that I use for my W7 computers. I have given away both Samsung Galaxy Tab 10 inch and Samsung Note Tablets and for any new Tablets will get a Samsung for myself. Setting a new tablet up can be very easy, and you can connect the Android ones up to your computer if you want to move pictures, music and data files to the Tablet. Samsung and some other Android manufactures provide a micro SD slot so you can connect up any size micro SD memory to it up to 64 Gig. This can be a real convenience to a lot of people. The Android apps are pretty good now and are getting better every day. I am sure that an Android Tablet may be the most satisfying solution to a lot of people.
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