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What went wrong with Windows Vista?

Posted on Wednesday, December 12 2007 @ 11:00:58 CET by

Microsoft Watch analyses what went wrong during the development of Windows Vista. The site came up with ten reasons why Vista failed to impress consumers or businesses.
  • Windows Vista development took too long, the hardware ecosystem is still focused on Windows XP
  • Windows XP is still good enough, there are few good reasons to upgrade to Vista
  • The user interface looks too complex
  • Bad timing, it missed the 2006 holiday season
  • Too many people involved in designing Windows Vista
  • The computer ecosystem wasn't ready for it
  • The advertising campaign wasn't good enough
  • Office 2007 and Vista aren't related enough
  • Antitrust rulings prevented Microsoft from further integrating applications like Windows Media Player and Windows Live.
  • Too many different versions



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