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Re: Windows 7 'The Best Windows Ever' means it'll be a failure

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____/ William Poaster on Friday 23 Oct 2009 13:58 : \____

> On 23/10/2009 12:30, above the shrieking & FUDding of the trolls, Terry
> Porter was heard to say:
>> On Fri, 23 Oct 2009 12:03:44 +0100, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>>> ____/ George Orwell on Thursday 22 Oct 2009 17:37 : \____
>>>> http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer/news/1559534/windows-reviewed
>>>> This 'Best Windows Ever (tm)' will be a complete failure since it's 99%
>>>> Windows Vista which was a confirmed bust. There's NOTHING compelling in
>>>> Windows 7 and it's as bloated and slow (sometimes even slower) like
>>>> Vista.
>>>> So the conclusion is simple: in a year's time we'll all be writing
>>>> about the failure of Windows 7 and the Windows platform in general.
>>>> Obviously, PC makers a showering Vista 7 with praises, but everyone
>>>> knows this Windows will NOT lead to another PC upgrade cycle so they'll
>>>> have to look towards Linux and Smartbooks for growth.
>>> It was the same with Vista (2007).
>> True.
>> However for the advertising of Vista7, Microsoft spent half a billion
>> dollars, so we can see what area they consider to be most important.
> It always amuses me when anything is said as being "The Best xxxx Ever".
> As an example, the subject "The Best Windows Ever"...so this means that
> ensuing releases of M$ Windows will be *worse* than this present release? ;-)

Yes, it's like saying, "this hard-drive has the best capacity ever (compared to _OUR_ previous models)."

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