Well, after a while of using W7 Ultimate 64b on Acer Aspire 5920G [I couldn't modify the BIOS, as the tools just wouldn't start, as I reported here already], activated using Daz Loader 1.7.5 [many thanx, m8s who are doing this for us!!!! ], here are some of my "discomforts with/complaints/suggestions how to improve" W7 [allegedly, M$ spies are here, so they have a chance of actually doing something useful and decent ]: 1) In Windows Explorer -> trying to open the "tree" and when one chooses a sub-folder - it falls to the bottom of the window, not like before, when it went to the top of the window, showing you that folder and below it its sub-folders; as things are in W7 one can't even see the sub-folders of the folder one wishes to see, which is stupid, as you then must drag it all up, so you can get into the folder you wish to see, wasting your time... 2) The extra signs on my Acer Aspire laptop, like Euro and $ signs to the bottom right of the keyboard, are not functioning... 3) Also, the extra multimedia functions - but that seems to be Acer's problem, not having written the extra SW for their machines [or some drivers, for that matter]... 4) Sometimes when I start, for instance, Live Messanger, the webcam driver installation begins, knocking out the already installed [USB device] drivers and then "the device couldn't be installed" and I have to do a restart to get it going again, in all apps, like Firefox [Google chat] etc. 5) If one is downloading something, a new window opens to save the file somewhere -> create new folder -> the folder doesn't open after naming it and hitting Enter or clicking next to it; instead, it falls to its alphabetical place, then you have to chase it to open it, unlike in Vista, when it automatically opened, which was better and logical ------------------on a different machine--------------- 6) On an older laptop [Compaq Presario M2000] the sound suddenly "disappears" and a restart is a must... -------------------generally speaking------------------ 7) I think we need a "cancel" option when automatic installation of drivers/devices begins [thanx to this board I know how to disable the automatic installation of drivers/devices but if that is de-activated there is a serious problem in installing other, new drivers/devices after that, as sometimes they must be installed "automatically", i.e. when plugged into the USB port [my Canon Pixma MP630 printer, for instance]... How about you? Anyone agrees with the above - do you have the same problems, to begin with? What have you noticed in "normal" functioning of W7, once installed...??? What would you have improved/corrected or even added?!?