Microsoft appears to need ALL of those six weeks.
I'm very happy with XP, but realize that getting Vista is inevitable. It seems there is a distinct dichotomy among Vista users that goes beyond hardware specs and technical knowledge... those who've had a pleasant experience with it and love it and those who hate it due to encountering many problems with it. I'd like to hear peoples oppinions on why the field is so divided. Are most problems due to shortcomings/flaws in the software or more likely user incurred?
It may not be as inevitable asyou may think. A lot of business's have refused to go the Vista route. Microsoft's big retail Vendors, talking about HP & Dell let Microsoft know that their Clients want no part of Vista. I know for a fact that the EMS Firefighters & Police here in Suffolk County NY want no part of Vista.While I realize that there are a lot of folk out there with positive Vista experiences, I feel that Microsoft has a insermountable obstacle in front of them when it comes to how the public views Vista. I think Microsoft may have to come up with another operating system.
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