Linked by Smith Johnson on Thu 27th Sep 2007 15:22 UTC
Windows According to at least one blogger, Microsoft should abandon Vista before it's too late. It would appear he's not alone in this opinion, as Microsoft has begun allowing users to downgrade back to XP. Amongst the reasons? Poor sales figures and shoddy Vista "Extras".
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RE: Comment by Thom_Holwerda
by kensai on Thu 27th Sep 2007 17:04 UTC in reply to "Comment by Thom_Holwerda"
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The sorry state of a person that cannot see reality. Is true people will whine over the next MS release, because at lest we hope Vista will get better (hardly tough in my opinion) ans say why a new so revolutionary system. I am/was running Vista (I'm doing backups and moving everything to Linux) but we have to face reality Vista File copy operation is still slow most of the problems it has cannot be listed here cause are too much, yeah they fixed boot and shutdown speed but what a deal if my PC is turned on 90% of the day. I used Windows XP since it was RTM and I remember it wasn't perfect but it was solid, not rock solid tough (SP2 has made it ROCK SOLID). Vista cannot be called solid still as of today, just a bit improved since RTM. We should wake up and see the truth, we will not go anywhere if we just keep saying yeah, maybe SP1 and SP2 will fix things. as the Spanish saying goes: If you pay the musician before he plays, the play will be bad. MS is just overconfident on how no matter what they do wrong we will pay for their product cause we've made them believe we need them.

Just my Opinion.
-Thanks for Reading

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