> > Also, I'm waiting for the 'SP 1 ??.....you know how vulnerable you are??' argument
> > be raised by someone.
> I think my PC has become too old for them, any hackers out there would be more happy
> looking for vulnerabilities in the latest Windows 7 release over a nine year old OS
> used by the last 12 people on earth still using a single core, 32-bit CPU. I've been
> waiting to use the words 'virus', 'hacked', 'trojan' as excuses to get a new PC since
Given Windows, vulnerabilities in 7 are often also in Vista and XP. (Plus XP is still popular in corporate environments, so hackers know how to target it). It wasn't that long ago that unpatched gold master XP was timed at less than 30 seconds to pwnage after being connected to the Internet.