Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 9th Aug 2009 20:49 UTC
Windows While the tech media are all busy praising Windows 7, the operating system still obviously does have issues, it being Windows and all. Because we are talking about Windows, and not, say Ubuntu or Mac OS X, it comes with one big downside that will mostly hit new users of Windows 7 (meaning, everyone): the incredibly complicated upgrade paths.
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quick nitpick
by steampoweredlawn on Sun 9th Aug 2009 21:16 UTC
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In the first sentence, "doe shave" should be "does have"

On-topic, at least Windows 7's pricing is lower than Vista's was. It's still not as low as the alternatives, but considering the relatively low volume of off-the-shelf purchases and taking consumer demand for Windows vs the alternatives into consideration, it's not all that big an issue.

Edited 2009-08-09 21:18 UTC

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