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The Truth About Staying

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Microsoft
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What it's really like to move to Windows Vista. I saw a couple of articles linked to and they rang some bells. Many of the points made apply to Vista as well as Mac OS X and Ubuntu. So here it is.

People will ridicule you for using Vista.

Particularly those morons who don't have the money to spend $400 on the Ultimate version. Plus $250 on a new video card. Plus $200 and some more RAM. A couple hundred more on a new hard drive. And maybe a new PC altogether when they realize Vista doesn't cozy up to "old" computers. Idiots!

You'll feel like you're in a little club.

A club, you know? Like that club where Brad Pitt kicked Ed Norton's ass!! Wouldn't that be soooo cool!!

People will help you for no reason...

...other than charging you money.

More Here.

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