The Ow Starts Now
Written by Danrok   
Sunday, 22 July 2007 10:27

It's been out for six months, but moving to Windows Vista is still a painful experience.

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Windows Vista
Once upon a time, I was something of an early adopter. I recall running early betas of Windows 98, ME and even Windows 2000. When Windows XP came out I thought it was pretty darn great – finally I was getting the stability of NT and the gaming ability of Windows 95 in one up-to-date operating system. I couldn’t really understand why so many of my fellow journalists were willing to bash it for, as far as I could see, just being new and from Microsoft.

The launch of Windows XP seems a long time ago now and rather than running early betas, a few months in from the launch of the much delayed Windows Vista, I had still yet to try it out. My experience was limited to reading the reviews and playing with it on review machines. I guess it’s just that these days I just don’t have the time or inclination to play around with betas – I just want things to work.

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