Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 30th Nov 2006 17:14 UTC, submitted by Weevle
Windows "Microsoft finally launches the long-awaited Windows Vista today, promising better security and improved search and claiming it will be the fastest ever adopted operating system it has released. But some users have already questioned the business benefits of upgrading to Vista, citing the relative stability and security of Windows XP and a lack of compelling features in Vista. Based on using the second beta version of Vista here are the five things to get excited about Vista for - and the five things you'll hate it for."
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Of course the hardware drivers will be updated in time.
What bothers me more is the user account protection window popping up constantly when doing (adminstrative) work.
I can imagine that a lot of people click "yes" to make sure it just works. And that defeats the basic concept of the whole system no matter how safe you "think" you are

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