Everybody still hates Vista, it seems. A new survey from systems management specialist KACE -- which makes products that watch the health of other computer products -- finds that 60% of respondents won't upgrade to the new Windows operating system. KACE last administered the survey in November; only 50% planned to avoid the upgrade then.
And let's not forget that Apple
Vista's failed success -- you can't call 180 million copies sold a pure failure -- is becoming comical. News.com recently reported that half of the once-vaunted "Wintel" alliance, Intel
Apparently they're not the only ones. Good luck, Mr. Softy, you're going to need it.
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