Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 20th Mar 2007 10:26 UTC
Windows Windows Vista has had something of a troubled birth. Hyped features were pulled, and the project as a whole took far longer to complete than expected, partly due to standing still while MS dropped everything to work on WinXP Service Pack 2, but in part also due to a decision to "reset" and scrap much of the new development. This has led some commentators to dub the project a "train wreck."
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Help me out
by MacMike on Tue 20th Mar 2007 14:05 UTC
MacMike
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2006-11-15

I'm a Mac guy at heart but manage Windows Servers (not desktops) at work. From what tiny bit I know about Vista it would seem that reasons people might choose to upgrade are:

1) Better security
2) Cool graphics

Are these accurate? Are there other reasons at this point in time? People often ask me about upgrading to Vista and I'd like to be able to give them accurate info.

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