Linked by David Adams on Wed 23rd Apr 2008 17:23 UTC
Windows Hot on the heels of our previous story outlining the fiasco that Vista's release has been, TechRepublic's Jason Hiner predicts that Microsoft is aware of its blunder and will respond by making a release of Windows 7 ahead of schedule (primarily by overhauling Vista and calling it Windows 7, it seems) in order to encourage its enterprise clients to upgrade directly from XP to Windows 7.
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Vista at Work
by DoctorPepper on Wed 23rd Apr 2008 18:25 UTC
DoctorPepper
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2005-07-12

Where I work we are currently preparing to migrate to Vista. I'm not sure when, because I'm not in the working group, but I believe it will be this year.

I'm not exactly looking forward to the migration... I've messed around on Vista (mostly to help out friends who purchased a new computer with Vista pre-installed) enough to know I do not like it. It will be a double-edged sword though... I will be issued a new, faster and more capable notebook at work, but it will have Vista on it.

/currently using a Thinkpad Z61t with Windows XP Pro

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RE: Vista at Work
by raver31 on Wed 23rd Apr 2008 18:28 in reply to "Vista at Work"
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2005-07-06

hmmm I would wager that the Thinkpad will be WAY faster than anything with Vista on it.

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