Now, Windows Vista, says Dan
I see that my friend Dan (the guy who maintains our computer network) has written an article about Windows Vista. Dan is one of those guys who is very calm about the public's computer foibles, and I think he has a good take on it.
As for me, I'm not sure why I have to keep upgrading and upgrading. I used Windows 2K Professional up until last summer, when I got a new machine. I spent a darn lot of time loading stuff onto this computer, I'm happy with it, and I sure don't feel like reloading anything, just in case something goes wrong.
As to the future, to be honest, I've done quite well on Windows machines, don't want to move to Mac, and consider that moving to Linux would mean jumping through hoops in trading files with clients and, possibly, having to re-purchase far too much software.
But, for now, I'm not one to upgrade every second, particularly with certain types of software — and I'm less likely to do so if there's a good possibility of problems. After all, I'm not having any problems now.
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