Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 25th Jun 2008 04:58 UTC, submitted by google_ninja
Windows We already know some of the directions Windows 7 will be exploring: a system-wide multitouch user interface framework, a focus on performance, all while building on top of the groundwork Windows Vista has laid out. While off-hand remarks have been made concerning the operating system's release date, it appears Microsoft now formalised the release date of Windows 7.
Thread beginning with comment 319892
To read all comments associated with this story, please click here.
Vista Incentive Gone
by nathbeadle on Wed 25th Jun 2008 05:14 UTC
Member since:

So what's the incentive now to buy or install Vista? Most people will wait for the next OS that actually might get things right based on all the feedback and problems with Vista.

I know everyone's milage has varied based on comments, but I think we're all united in saying "We'll wait!"

Reply Score: 1

RE: Vista Incentive Gone
by mtzmtulivu on Wed 25th Jun 2008 05:33 in reply to "Vista Incentive Gone"
mtzmtulivu Member since:

most people get new versions of windows when they buy new computers and it comes with it ...pretty soon and you wont be able to buy a copy of winxp anymore ..and thats for people who actually go out and buy a copy of windows and there arent that many people who that ..

Reply Parent Score: 2