We Don't Need Vista After All
Now that we're close to the public launch of Vista, a weird thing is happening in the blogosphere: people are starting to say that we don't really need it after all.
For so many years, XP was the exploit-riddled OS lacking in basic security measures and forcing 95% of computer users to fit in with a five-year-old user interface that desperately needed to be updated to stay competitive with the digital era.
Now that Microsoft has finally done it, it's "yawn, we don't really need that... why fix what ain't broke."
Here's a high-profile example: Microsoft blogger Paul Thurrott says in his review of Vista: "The problem isn't even that Microsoft promised us the world and then failed to deliver. No, the problem is that there's another OS out there that runs just fine on over[/q]