Linked by Adam S on Tue 4th Nov 2008 19:24 UTC, submitted by estherschindler
Despite warnings to businesses about the dangers of skipping Windows Vista, many IT managers and CIOs are standing firm that the risks of migrating to Vista outweigh the benefits.
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The way I see it...
by melkor on Fri 7th Nov 2008 02:21 UTC
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People aren't upgrading to Vista because of cost, and the fact that there isn't enough of changes to warrant the upgrade. Plus, economic times being tough, that means companies are being tight with the $$$.

There's nothing wrong with Vista, it's a fine operating system. The Linux advocates are pushing anything that meets their political agenda, whether it's truthful or not. Thank [insert your diety here] your average person doesn't give a **** about Linux, or what Linux advocates think!


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RE: The way I see it...
by melkor on Sat 8th Nov 2008 00:51 in reply to "The way I see it..."
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Yeah you Linux lovers, you don't like it when you hear the truth do you? You wonder why you only have a piddly 1-2% of the global populuation using your operating system choice, don't you? Just keep sticking your heads in the sand, and lashing out at anyone that dares "bash" your beloved Linux and you'll stay with the dregs.

Modding me down won't change the truth of the matter, it just proves the idiotic fanaticism that you guys have. Good luck!


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RE[2]: The way I see it...
by 3rdalbum on Sat 8th Nov 2008 09:27 in reply to "RE: The way I see it..."
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Dave, I don't think the Linux lovers were modding you down. It was the Windows XP lovers. The Linux users were simply ignoring your dumb rant.

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