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Taibear ios

oh the vistaboys wont like reading the truth... poor little
vista-on-a-pedestal putters.

This is for a DORK extrodinair, vistaboy, and crapmvp: Your one and only
Jupitor Jones!!!!
Yeehhhh CLAP CLAP CLAP!!!

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http://www.efytimes.com/efytimes/fullnews.asp?edid=18447


Saturday, April 21, 2007: Never before has there been such an acute
opposition against a new version of operating system. While some may say
that this is only a temporary phase as people are more accustomed to Windows
XP, but once they get touch of Vista they may adopt it. However, the air
around says something else. This has been further boosted by the surge of
requests on Dell's website, Ideastorm, where people have asked to resurrect
Windows XP and dump Vista.

To push its Vista which received lukewarm response in the European market,
Microsoft is sabotaging XP to make roads for Vista. The company has
announced that it will stop selling Windows XP series on 31 January 2008.
The company will also force PC makers to stop pre-installing XP on the new
PCs as it will stop distributing Windows XP licences to its largest
customers, the so-called royalty OEMs like Dell, Toshiba, Gateway and
Lenovo.

Dell, like many computer makers, stopped offering XP on most of home
desktops and laptops soon after Vista launched at the end of January. It was
offering XP on only two models aimed at home users (business users still had
XP as an option as it was not easy for an enterprise to migrate its whole
structure on new OS overnight).

But, expressing their concern consumers have stormed the IdeaStorm website
of Dell to offer Windows XP instead of Vista. Forced by this, the company
increased the availability of XP as an option for four models of its
Inspiron notebooks and two models of its Dimension desktop PCs.

The reason for people's detest for Vista is not the behaviour pattern that
they want status quo and feel comfortable with the OS they have been using
for years. In case of Vista, there are so many 'real' problems. First is
system upgrade. An year ago when rumours were rife about the new operating
system, Microsoft promoted Vista saying that it did not require much
hardware upgradation. Many hardware manufacturers were upset with that. But
when Vista reached its D-day , it was made clear that you practically can't
run this new OS on your current machine unless you have good RAM, at least
1GB (your PC will choke at 512 MB), and a good graphics card.

Vista also has issues of backward compatibility. Adding insult to injury,
there are reports that it is not a good gaming platform. Observers feel that
Microsoft might have made Vista incapable of handling games in order to
promote its Xbox 360.

Recently, users requested Dell to pre-install or give option to install
Linux on its PCs. Listening to its customers, Dell announced some notebook
PCs for Linux distro. There are reports that Dell has opted for Ubuntu as an
alternative to Windows on its PCs.
 
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Taibear ios

before blogs there was usenet...

In case you havnt noticed, its a different thing..
 
F

Frank

Taibear ios wrote:

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Vicious attack on Vista from Dell deleted...wait it's not from Dell!

Hey bozo...try posting stuff that Dell supposedly said directly from
Dell, you stupid ass!
Frank
 
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Jupiter Jones [MVP]

Typical attack from one insecure in your position.
You should leave it to those secure in themselves and the facts.
They are here and unlike you can state that opinion without the
attacks you seem to need.
Your need to attack reflects on your character and says nothing of
anyone else's.

--
Jupiter Jones [MVP]
http://www3.telus.net/dandemar
http://www.dts-l.org


Taibear ios said:
oh the vistaboys wont like reading the truth... poor little
vista-on-a-pedestal putters.

SNIPPED most...
 
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Adam Albright

Typical attack from one insecure in your position.

You hit the nail on the head. You are one of the most insecure posters
here. You wouldn't know a fact if you tripped over one. You constantly
are attacking people's right to express their opinion. You just use
more contrived attacks making you more insincere and disingenuous.

Hey, don't blame me for holding up the mirror. You're just afraid to
look into it.
 
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Adam The-Fruit-Loop Albright

Adam said:
You hit the nail on the head. You are one of the most insecure posters
here. You wouldn't know a fact if you tripped over one. You constantly
are attacking people's right to express their opinion. You just use
more contrived attacks making you more insincere and disingenuous.

Hey, don't blame me for holding up the mirror. You're just afraid to
look into it.

<And you broke the one you had into a 1,000 pieces and you tossed it.
You had better look at yourself in denile.>
 
G

Guest

That's denial .

Adam The-Fruit-Loop Albright said:
<And you broke the one you had into a 1,000 pieces and you tossed it.
You had better look at yourself in denile.>
 
F

Frank

Adam said:
You hit the nail on the head. You are one of the most insecure posters
here.

Yep, you sure are!

You wouldn't know a fact if you tripped over one.

You got that one right.

You constantly
are attacking people's right to express their opinion.

OMG, you must psychic or is it psychotic?

You just use
more contrived attacks making you more insincere and disingenuous.

You sure do.
Hey, don't blame me for holding up the mirror.

Well, I guess you're looking right into it. Great!

You're just afraid to
look into it.

No, all see is you, the idiot.
Frank
 
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