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 Post subject: Vista Question
 Post Posted: Mon Mar 26, 2007 9:19 am 
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>Hi there. I am still doing 70-270 as far as my work towards Microsoft MCSE
certification. Anyway I was just looking at Newegg.com and reading reviews of
Vista, some people say they love it, some absolutely hate it. The thing is
most of the people that gave it bad reviews do have more than the recomended
hardware requirements and they complain about stop errors and trouble with
installs and no drivers for it. Also I read someone said that Microsoft
already anoucnced plans for a new OS for 2009?.

Whoever said that was incorrect.

>Have you hear about that?. Can you email me a link about it?.

Microsoft Statement in Response to Speculation on Next Version of Windows
http://www.microsoft.com/Presspass/pres ... erson.mspx

>I don't think I will get Vista at this point. It just doesn't seem like
vendors are writing any drivers for it and not much is compatible with it.
This is only from what I have read though and have never used a vista pc. Do
you still recommend against geting Vista?.

In general I recommend Vista it if it came preinstalled on your system, and
you don't have a lot of legacy applications and/or devices to run.

>I have one pc with WinXP Pro x64 bit on it. Thats the one I built about two
years ago, and you helped me out with the problems I had with the
case...Anyway I just wanted to try out 64 bit for a while and see if it was
faster.. Right now though I am thinking of formating all the drives in it and
going back to XP Pro 32 bit. Although 64 bit works, I have a much better
choice of software with 32 bit. I guess the world is not ready for 64 bit
computing yet?. Oh well. Nice talking to you. By the way I'm still
anticipating any new books you may come out with. Please let me know if you
released anything new lately. Also do you have a planed release date of
Uprading & Reparing Pcs?.

Should be in about 6 months. Stay tuned on the forum or at
http://www.upgradingandrepairingpcs.com for more information. Thanks, Scott.


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