__/ [Bob Hauck] on Friday 21 October 2005 00:35 \__
> On Thu, 20 Oct 2005 07:11:07 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
> <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> WINDOWS Vista was already said to be a trainwreck, primarily due to
>> its inability to deliver something innovative. It gives no compelling
>> reason whatsoever for users to upgrade.
> As per normal procedure, the compelling reason will be the fact of the
> old versions being impossible to obtain from OEM's.
...But let us not forget that if Vista offers few advantages (or none) when
compared against XP, people will point their middle finger at the OEM.
Learn from the past.
Article dated: June 14, 2005
Use of Microsoft Windows XP has grown inside corporations, but a new
study shows that nearly half of business PCs are still running the
older Windows 2000.
Before getting my third Linux box, I still had a Windows 98 laptop. What was
I missing out? A wallpaper with some green grass and blue skies?