Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Nov 2005 21:04 UTC
Windows The release of the software giant's new operating system will be one of Microsoft's most important product launches this decade, when it goes live next year. But despite the product's myriad new features and functionality, current market trends could inhibit initial adoption of Vista, PC industry analysts say.
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RE: Slow growth ahead
by miro on Wed 2nd Nov 2005 12:44 UTC in reply to "Slow growth ahead"
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Second that, I have a celeron 1600 with 1gig of ram developer machine at work. The buildin gfx is a 16MB nvidia vanta. I'm still running win2000 (which is prefered by most of my coworkers as more stable than xp). So if we concentrate on corporate desktops whats left of vista, ...per application volume control:) ?

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