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Are you Vista Ready? No?

Posted on Wednesday, April 18 2007 @ 05:56:17 CEST by

In the corporate environment Vista Ready PCs are far and few between, making for a slow adoption of Vista, here's why.
Microsoft is hard at work trying to make Vista sales look good to the shareholders and uphold an image of a successful launch. The truth of the matter is that Vista sales are so embarrassing that they even instructed all resellers and OEMs to stop offering PCs with XP starting end of 2007. To me that looks a bit like a desperate move on Microsoft’s part, as they simply force these resellers and OEMs to shove Windows Vista down their customers throats, whether they like it or not. But how about corporate clients? As that’s where the real revenues are usually made. In a previous column I mentioned that large corporations upgrading their PCs to Windows Vista would be a system administrator’s nightmare...
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