Will Windows Vista Succeed In 2008? Don't Count On It.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Alias, Jan 2, 2008.

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    Alias Guest

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    John Barnes Guest

    Will Alias go missing in 2008. Many hope so.
    John Barnes, Jan 2, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    ....and they're right!
    Frank, Jan 2, 2008
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    Stephan Rose Guest

    Well if even a moron can use Ubuntu, wouldn't that speak in it's favor in
    terms of ease and simplicity? =)

    Btw frank, happy new year!

    2003 Yamaha R6

    Stephan Rose, Jan 2, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    hahaha...touche...and Happy New Year to you and yours Stephan!
    Frank, Jan 2, 2008
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    jake Guest

    whats the matter Franky poo? Surprised to see other people say the exact
    things I have been saying for the last 15 months?

    I have told you that the news will escalate, and everyone will avoid vista
    as much as possible.
    Word of mouth goes a long way. Fortunately vista will be retained somewhat
    and this will be a good lesson to Microsoft to start making good and lean
    products and listen to feedback.

    You have insisted so much on your stupid vista crap OS, that you are now
    blind and reject the same things I have been saying, even though this news
    is coming from other sources...

    you have become so pathetically attached to that horrid OS, that no amount
    of news, and feedback will open your eyes...

    what a loser you are frank...

    Gee its good to be right... I am seldom wrong about technology

    YOU BET YOU! I was right all the time ... and that means you are just a
    blabbering hallucinating fool!
    jake, Jan 2, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    I'm surprised you still think you know something about Vista.
    You're delusional at best and an idiot moron psycho at worst.
    You actually think your hate Vista campaign is considered
    "feedback"...LOL! You're really one sick POS loser capin' crunch.
    Hey butt munch...we actually use Vista in the successful running of our
    business...just like millions of others do. That's difficult for you to
    swallow or comprehend isn't it? Maybe you need to stick with XP.
    Wrong o no-brain o...you are the one who is OBSESSED with Vista...Vista
    has beaten you into a corner from which there is no escape...so you
    continually make a complete and utter fool out of yourself on a daily basis.
    Your problem asshole.
    hehehe...sorry sicko...we are successfully using Vista...something
    apparently you are not capable of doing.
    I guess you're not all that bright are you?

    Now craw back into that cardboard space ship, take your meds and blast
    off into dreamland...and stay there.
    Frank, Jan 2, 2008
  8. from what I am reading I have the following conclusion

    You are very stupid for putting vista in your business... why are most
    avoiding it?

    secondly you must know that you are getting LESS power and performance out
    of your hardware, productivity thus is slower with that crap you have
    My personal tests show that I get at least 30 percent less power out of my

    unless everyone in that so called company of yours is just playing
    solitaire.. LOL

    Frank you wont admit it.. I know... its ok.. I really don't mind.. you are
    entitled to your opinion.

    The only time you will stop worshiping your vista is when Windows 7 will
    come out..
    By then, and IF MS makes the right moves we will actually be in agreement
    about the latest version of windows for once..

    I really hope they clean their act up because vista was a total flop.
    non flammable on XP, Jan 2, 2008
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    Frank Guest

    non flammable on XP wrote:

    ....a diatribe of obvious sickness.
    God help you with your illness capin' crunch.
    Take those meds...please!
    Frank, Jan 2, 2008
  10. Well if even a moron can use Ubuntu, wouldn't that speak in it's favor in
    if you want only browsing email and writing documents, there is nothing
    easier than linux,
    it cant get messed up and it doesnt get viruses...

    the problems arise when you try to plug in things, and use non-distro

    I have read about geeks setting up linux for their parents or grandparents
    so they can access the internet and do email and stuff and not worry that
    their pc will be infected or unstable...

    Im not saying that linux is perfect, but it does has its merits...
    non flammable on XP, Jan 2, 2008
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    forty-nine Guest

    You don't know what Linux is, Caped Crusader .
    I got some spare cardboard and tape if you need it.
    forty-nine, Jan 2, 2008
  12. my uniform does not include a cape.. sigh...

    non flammable on XP, Jan 2, 2008

  13. Alias has long gone missing here--almost. The only way I get to see
    his messages is when someone else quotes them, thereby getting around
    my killfile.

    If everyone else would do the same--killfile him (and the other trolls
    here)--none of us would be bothered by him.
    Ken Blake, MVP, Jan 2, 2008
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    John Barnes Guest

    I have, my friend, but he changed his email address again bypassing the
    killfile. A definite flaw in the Vista Mail. Be assured the new address is
    now killed.
    John Barnes, Jan 3, 2008

  15. I didn't mean to complain to you in particular, but was just pointing
    out that if we *all* did the same, we would all be rid of the trolls.

    If there's ever a question about who is a troll, that's one of the
    surest signs. Working to bypass people's killfiles is *the* strongest
    mark of a troll.
    Ken Blake, MVP, Jan 3, 2008
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    Not Me Guest

    Interesting, I have used the same email addy and username for years.
    Does that get me kicked outta the troll club? LOL
    Not Me, Jan 3, 2008
  17. No, the surest mark of a troll is that you live under a bridge.

    Or a router.
    the wharf rat, Jan 3, 2008
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    Charlie Tame Guest

    Actually the terms "Troll" and "Fanboy" are very close to being
    opposites, neither contributes much to helping MS users but occasionally
    both will raise an interesting proposition.

    The title of this post for example is apparently intended to ask a
    question and answer it in a given way at the same time. The question
    however is valid because Vista is competing against much better quality
    products than it's predecessors were.

    I leave out W2000 because I liked and used it but really the general
    public did not, they mostly moved from W98 to XP, so the way I see it
    Vista is competing mostly against XP with Apple and Linux of kinda equal
    "Quality" for many things many users want to do. Those who already have
    XP will look at what they gain from Vista - which at this stage is not
    much in terms of better gaming or other general purpose software.
    Discount gaming and Linux is cheaper and does most of everything else.

    So Vista is actually competing against a very comparable system (XP) and
    two more that are really not much harder to master, this IMHO has not
    really happened before, at least not with the alternatives so close, it
    is therefore Vital that MS get Vista at top performance quickly and
    desist from annoying users with things that users really don't care about.
    Charlie Tame, Jan 3, 2008
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    Travis Crow Guest

    heh ><
    Travis Crow, Jan 4, 2008
  20. How can "ubuntu be for morons" if you the king of all morons is using

    Hey dont try to steal my trademark..

    If you like vista you are stupid (TM)
    non flammable on XP, Jan 7, 2008
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