Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 7th Jan 2008 11:59 UTC
Windows "Windows Vista didn't make a smooth market entrance; in fact, nearly every aspect of the operating system has been attacked since its release on January 30, 2007. Multiple SKUs allegedly confused customers, anti-DRM groups disliked Vista's Protected Video Path and its overall DRM friendliness, and Microsoft's definition of 'Vista Capable' got the company sued. Toss in a plethora of bugs and the usual consumer backlash over GUI changes, and you'd think consumers would be avoiding Vista in droves. According to new information, however, they aren't - Vista's adoption rate over the past year actually exceeded XP's in 2001, and consumers apparently choose Vista over XP by a 7:1 margin."
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predefined opinions?
by cipri on Mon 7th Jan 2008 18:35 UTC
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I think that a lot of people were bashing on Vista , who knew Vista only from screenshots and articles.
I must admit that I also made that mistake to say "Vista is bad" without trying it out by myself.
A made the observation that love to bash on windows, but when a windows-user complains to him about a malfunction of linux, he answers: "Well, this is linux, you must know what you do".
This was the answer that I got, when some years ago I had problems to install a nvidea driver on Debian (and the x-server broke).

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RE: predefined opinions?
by matthekc on Tue 8th Jan 2008 04:21 in reply to "predefined opinions?"
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when did you last upgrade nvidia in windows did you check to make sure your windows version was supported first.

P.S. Debian is for Linux geeks there are and have been more friendly distros

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