Subject: General Tech | January 30, 2007 - 12:16 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Today is the day that Vista hits retail stores everywhere, though it does not seem to have had the same effect on people as, say, Burning Crusade. With the FUD surrounding this new OS from Microsoft, many are double thinking the switch from XP to Vista. In that crowd is [H]ard|OCP, and Kyle, an admitted Microsoft fan, is sharing his thoughts on his satisfaction with XP versus his desire to have the new shiny.
You can also get a comparison of ATI's and nVidia's performance on Vista from Ryan's new article.
"Will I or won't I do the Windows Vista shuffle? How about you? What do you need to know? How about a whole bunch of stuff that
you don't need to know instead? Next week maybe we get Ozzy to chime in on Office 2007."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Bloke cracks Vista DRM @ The Inquirer
- Windows Vista Arrives with
a Thud @ [H]ard|OCP
- Blue Ribbon Debut for
Office 2007 @ Wired News
- Vista Fatigue @ ExtremeTech
- Vista ready @ VIA Arena
- Vista's pretty but we may as well stick
with XP, thanks @ The Inquirer
- Vista spin unspun @ The Inquirer
- Buying OEM versions of Windows Vista:
the facts @ Ars Technica
Vista Ultimate Edition @ Elite Bastards
- Windows Vista's new spin on
licensing @ The Tech Report