Are you planning on Installing one of the Vista Versions?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Kemal, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. Kemal

    Kemal Guest

    If you have a well and perfect working XP... Just stick with it. Dont create
    problems. or I suggest wait couple more months and fell the full version..
     
    Kemal, Nov 8, 2006
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    Steve Guest

    I agree with your statement 200%
    Steve
     
    Steve, Nov 8, 2006
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    xfile Guest

    Vista = XP + Theme pack

    :)


     
    xfile, Nov 8, 2006
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    Kerry Brown Guest

    XP = Win2K + Theme pack

    NOT!
     
    Kerry Brown, Nov 8, 2006
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    RAF Guest

    You guys are just not up for the challenge or dont have an updated PC to
    install Vista.
     
    RAF, Nov 8, 2006
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    Theo Guest

    In my case your assumptions are incorrect. I just don't
    think Vista is all it's hyped up to be. In many respects it
    will be a repeat of previous versions of Windows in that
    applications and drivers will take awhile to be available
    and until then Vista essentially will be hobbled because of it.
     
    Theo, Nov 8, 2006
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    xfile Guest

    Unlike others, I installed Vista RC1 without any problem, up and running
    within 30 minutes, but quickly got bored for just testing it for 1 hour. I
    still have it installed and tested it every now and then, don't see any
    major bugs, but still not impressed.

    And also unlike others who only commented based on individual experiences, I
    had a small test for friends to test the RC1, ranging from software engineer
    to office workers, they got bored very soon as well.

    Vista = XP + Theme Pack, or plus an add-on pack for security enhancement,
    LOL.

    What challenges are you referring to? Please let me know as I see this is
    not a rocket science unless it is for you? :)
     
    xfile, Nov 10, 2006
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