Linked by Stephen Reilly on Mon 12th Mar 2007 17:47 UTC
Windows I have been both a Windows and Linux user for a long time (I started with Windows 3.1 and RedHat 5.1 kernel 2.0.x if I recall correctly) and have stuck with both for various reasons. I'm writing this article not as a DIY lofty vantage platform by which I can bash MS nor as a 'Why you should switched' flame bate piece, but have tried to keep an open mind and reflect the actually experience that I have had with Vista so far, regardless of OS political propaganda. Please keep in mind this is still an opinion piece and most probably to be taken with a pinch of salt.
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Amen
by devnet on Mon 12th Mar 2007 18:19 UTC
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2007-01-16

Amen.

Vista "IS that bad" for those users...No one wants to buy a dual core, 2GB RAM, 256MB Vid Card PC just to check email.

Microsoft's formula for this = retarded...if anything, they should have improved efficiency allowing things to run on existing hardware...even with the eye candy. Kinda like metisse, beryl, and compiz.

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