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    http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/...eatures_1.html


    I was talking with a friend of mine this week about longhorn, and his view on the os sounded like B.S. to me.
    he claimed its geared more for "advanced users" like him and not for he general public. puleaze.

    personally I think the whole point behind upgrading windows is to make it more user-friendly and that my friend is full of it
    what's the consensus on what to expect from the new upgrade? easier or more complicated user experience?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vw2002
    http://www.infoworld.com/article/05/...eatures_1.html


    I was talking with a friend of mine this week about longhorn, and his view on the os sounded like B.S. to me.
    he claimed its geared more for "advanced users" like him and not for he general public. puleaze.

    personally I think the whole point behind upgrading windows is to make it more user-friendly and that my friend is full of it
    what's the consensus on what to expect from the new upgrade? easier or more complicated user experience?
    My buddy who is the IT guy for Smith+Nephew said he got an advance copy of "Vista",what Longhorn's shelf name is. He said it was nothing more window dressing. He said he did not see any reason to upgrade their existing computers. Hope this helps.
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    When I finish my exams on the 9th of december i will "get" a copy of vista and dual boot if anything (most likely)...but it does look nice, and of course it will be easier to use....its swaying to a pictogram use as opposed to "text" based. And of course, a circle is a circle in any culuture...well except in Jupiter...what they call a circle is a rhombus

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