Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 6th Jan 2007 17:01 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Windows Right before the end of 2006, Paul Thurrott completed his 8-part review of Windows Vista. His final conclusion: "Vista is a better operating system than the competition, for reasons that are both technical and practical. But for the hundreds of millions of people who will move to Vista in the coming years, all that will really matter is that it's a major improvement over XP. And it most certainly is that as well."
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RE: Re: Competition
by stabilep on Mon 8th Jan 2007 20:12 UTC in reply to "Re: Competition"
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Well I like Operating Systems. Just in general. I try and run at least Linux and Windows. And when OSX86 beta was out I used that. I found each has its good points and each has its bad points. Linux I like because its fun to tinker with and tweak and there are so many wierd and awesome projects out there for it. For Windows I love its media capabilities and the software that is available for it. Each one has its own use for me. I see no reason to hang people over their choices and for liking something that I may not agree with.

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