gers_george Posted October 3, 2008 Share Posted October 3, 2008 IT'S HAPPENING ONCE AGAIN - BUT THIS TIME IT HAS COST HOME USERS AND BUSINESSES A FORTUNE.As you have all proberly heard, Windows 7 is going to be released next year - so does it look as if history is repeating itself. When Windows ME was release there was so many problems with it the following year Windows 2000 was release. Then fastly Windows ME disappeared. Microsoft realised that they made a big mistake. Have they finally realised that Windows Vista is a big mistake. Many companies refuse to deploy Windows Vista on there systems as it is a major security risk. Do you blame them?Windows Server 2008 - seems to be alot better than Vista - you would think that it is an operating system for home users to use. Seems to be stable. Yes - there is still bugs in it but nothing that can't be fixed. Windows Vista would need to be stripped right back and rebuild the operating system from the start but not by Microsofts programmers - they need to source it externally or even asking people like us to test the operating system and find any bugs and/or security risks in the operating system before publically releasing it.I have come to the conclusion that Windows 7 will be alot better than Vista. Lets just hope am right.But there is also one other question to answer - is Microsoft ever going to be able to beat Windows XP. Alot of people love XP and don't want to get rid of it. They got used to the interface and don't want to say good bye just yet. But at the end of the day is it worth of home users getting rid of there loved operating system.Feel free to discuss. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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