Windows Vista - Worth the wait?

Vista was released to the world on January 30, 2007, after more than five years after the introduction of its predecessor, Windows XP, making it the longest time span between two releases of Microsoft Windows.

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By  Administrator Published  August 13, 2007

Vista was released to the world on January 30, 2007, after more than five years after the introduction of its predecessor, Windows XP, making it the longest time span between two releases of Microsoft Windows.

But was it worth the wait?

If you are a user of Windows Vista, or have decided not to upgrade, this is your chance to tell us why? The good, the bad and the ugly...

3741 days ago
Keith

Here in Qatar, I and some of my friends have managed to declare independence of Microsoft. most people in nearly all the middle-east think that if it costs money its worth owning, let alone using. 
 
I see people who have no reason to use vista, other than its the newest thing. we have shifted from getting software to fit our needs, and to work for us. to getting software because we want to have something that costs more money. I've even seen people risk their security by downloading pirated copies of vista, just to have the pleasure of putting it on their machine. 
 
I advise people to have a good reason to get software(free or commercial), instead of just getting it for no reason.

3745 days ago
Andy

I'll do exactly the same as I've done with every version of Windows - let those who want to be first suffer all the bugs; I'll consider whether or not to upgrade after Service Pack 1 is released.

3746 days ago
Anonymous

People who claim Windows Vista is not compatible with anything on their computers means that they really have low configurations which Windows Vista does not support. Virtually all hardware and software vendors have released updates or drivers specifically for windows vista. I have had it installed on my PC since February and I am very happy with it, especially when I started discovering all its new features and improvements compared with Windows XP.

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