Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th May 2007 13:19 UTC
Windows Months go, I reviewed Windows Vista, and concluded: "All in all, I am impressed by Windows Vista [...]. Windows Vista is better than XP, and definitely more than just an improved look as many say." After 5 months of usage, it is time to put that statement into perspective.
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RE[8]: I agree, fair review
by archer75 on Tue 8th May 2007 20:17 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: I agree, fair review"
archer75
Member since:
2005-10-17

All of your articles are old and the EULA has been changed since then. It's obvious you have no understanding of it.

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RE[9]: I agree, fair review
by cyclops on Tue 8th May 2007 20:28 in reply to "RE[8]: I agree, fair review"
cyclops Member since:
2006-03-12

Did you say the EULA has changed!? how can the EULA change, you will be telling me next some of the EULA refers to a WEB page which can always change. Perhaps you want to show a link to the correct EULA page.

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RE[10]: I agree, fair review
by archer75 on Tue 8th May 2007 21:16 in reply to "RE[9]: I agree, fair review"
archer75 Member since:
2005-10-17

Yes, the EULA has changed several times up until release.

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2007-03-04
RE[10]: I agree, fair review
by stare on Tue 8th May 2007 22:02 in reply to "RE[9]: I agree, fair review"
stare Member since:
2005-07-06

There are more articles

Lets review them:

http://www.techsphere.org/wordpress/2007/05/08/microsoft-withdraws-.....
Mark Russinovich tells how hackers would find a way around UAC through social engineering or by compromising applications that run with higher privileges.

Duh. No OS is immune to that.

http://news.zdnet.co.uk/security/0,1000000189,39286677,00.htm
Man wrote the tool which can enable/disable protected processes. Requires loading a driver, needs to be running with elevated privileges.

If you load bad driver in the kernel that's your fault, not OS. Moreover, that binary doesnt work on 64bit Vista.

http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=38926
http://www.theinquirer.net/default.aspx?article=39087

No comments, typical inq "humorous" BS.

http://vista.blorge.com/2007/05/08/security-built-in-to-vista-fails...
Windows Defender didnt detect all running spyware.

Not an issue since there should be no spyware in the first place. I never had any malware on my Windows boxes.

, Vista is abhorrent:

None of the articles you provided lead to this conclusion, try again.

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