Vista Is Worth the Wait

While i was in Singapore, my laptop (Samsung Q35) crashed. Since i did not have my recovery CD with me, i went to Plaza Singapura where Samsung Service center was. I was told that they would reformat the system, and would take at least 5 days to do that.(What????) Since I wasn't staying that long, i decided to buy another OS.

At the Funan Center (much like the Philippines' Virra Mall), i bough a Vista OS. Installed it and had it running. Wow! Vista seems to make my laptop much faster than it was before (Windows XP). So i wonder where the bad press Microsoft was getting from bloggers that said otherwise. The Samsung hardware was able to run the glass look and more importantly, the AERO interface.

Here is the picture of Funan with Windows Vista on the front of the building:

Print | posted on Thursday, February 08, 2007 9:28 AM


# re: Vista Is Worth the Wait

Left by hello at 2/9/2007 1:40 PM
Gravatar Of course. Fresh installs are always fast.

# re: Vista Is Worth the Wait

Left by Daemon at 2/17/2007 7:30 PM
Gravatar Microsoft copied Mac OS X , the technology of VISTA today ,were enjoyed by MAC users 5 years ago , but still the original is still on LINUX , try to search beryl the technology of AERO was too late for windows users........

# re: Vista Is Worth the Wait

Left by hello at 2/18/2007 4:14 AM
Gravatar Well, I'm a Mac user. As a computer enthusiast and opensource advocate, I'm glad that Windows users can now also enjoy the features of OS X on a Windows machine. What's irritating is that Microsoft always claim these technologies as their own innovations. For those who haven't seen OS X or any other OS for that matter may actually believe these claims.

Note for the ignorant: David Pogue is a NYT tech columnist. He's not defending Vista but was actually being sarcastic. Funny stuff.

Apple WWDC 2006-Windows Vista Copies Mac OS X

Have a nice day everyone.

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