I know there are subtle differences like superbar that is so much better compared to what we had so far (taskbar). But as we all know Windows 7 is using the same codebase as Vista.
But since Vista has been a big flop since it came out, I wonder what exactly has been changed/removed from it, so that Windows 7 is so much better (as they say) because I'm still confirming UAC pop-ups. Because I really can't tell.
I don't want this to be something argumentative, that's why my question is very direct that can give direct solid answers.
What exactly has been changed/removed/improved in Vista, so that Windows 7 is so much better that even regular users claim: "This is what Vista should've been from the very beginning".
Provide best improvements/novelties and I'll accept the one that is the most convincing and obvious. So I will be able to say: "Yes Windows 7 is really so much better in this regard compared to Vista".
One of the most obvious things have to be hardware hungry OS features. When Vista was released quite a few computers weren't capable of using its full potential. Windows 7 is the same as Vista in this regard. But in this time machines were either upgraded or new and are now easily capable of running the OS without prob.