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Re: Windows' Vista Feels Like a Mac
Posted by: Anonymous 2005-08-06 07:19:00
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Known for years by the code name "Longhorn," the successor to Microsoft's Windows XP has been dubbed "Longwait" for its numerous delays. As features have been announced, it's also been accused of copying Apple Computer's Mac OS X. And that was before most people had the chance to see let alone use what's now been christened Windows Vista. Microsoft finally took some of the wraps off last week, releasing Vista's first major test version to about 500,000 programmers and tech professionals.

Re: Windows' Vista Feels Like a Mac
Posted by: cutcoguy 2005-08-06 16:56:12 In reply to: Anonymous
Yeah, except that there's already viruses for it. There's an upgrade. The first virus for an not-yet-released Os. So it is back to the drawing board to fix what is currently the biggest problem on Windows. 60,000 viruses. Go Microsoft.
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