Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 23rd Nov 2007 22:00 UTC
Windows "Almost a year on from the release of Microsoft's Windows Vista, only 13 percent of companies say they expect to move all desktops to the operating system, according to a survey released this week. Furthermore, adoption of Linux continues to gather pace, with a particular emphasis on the desktop emerging." As always, be sure to read these with a bag of salt on your desk.
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I believe it
by whittmadden on Sat 24th Nov 2007 00:25 UTC
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2007-10-08

My aunt bought a brand new computer this summer with Windows Vista Home edition on it. She called because it was running extremely slow. Whenever I ran the Vista compatibility test, it scored a 2. Why on earth would anyone sell a system, that the OS that comes with it, would only register a 2? If they system is a low end system, then it should at least come with XP instead.

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