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May 14, 2008

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J.R. Phelps

I agree 100%. I talk daily with dozens of lawyers throughout Florida about their office operations. Most if not all have no desire or inclination to upgrade to VISTA.

J.R. Phelps, Director
The Florida Bar's Law Office Management Assistance Service (LOMAS)

Sam Glover

I switched to Linux. Faster, more secure, and more fun to use.

If Apple would let up on the monopolistic practices, I would swing that way. As it is, I like my OS free and open.

Larry Port

One thing is certain: Redmond couldn't have picked a worse time to deliver a dud OS. With Mac and Ubuntu surging and an undeniable shift in the business world towards Software as a Service, they really shot themselves in the foot.

Larry Port

One thing is certain: Redmond couldn't have picked a worse time to deliver a dud OS. With Mac and Ubuntu surging and an undeniable shift in the business world towards Software as a Service, they really shot themselves in the foot.

Norcross

I've removed Vista from two personal machines, and about 8 (and counting) machines for friends. While a lot of the issue is with the hardware, the problem remains.

If Microsoft wants to stay relevant, they should keep XP alive for the business / enterprise users, and Vista (fixed) for home users.

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