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 Nov 19, 2007 - 09:01 AM - by Michael
* Vista struggles some more

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At Computer World (UK), a survey that shows IT professionals really don't like Vista:



"The concerns about Vista specified by participants were overwhelmingly related to stability. Stability in general was frequently cited, as well as compatibility with the business software that would need to run on Vista," said Diane Hagglund of King Research, which conducted the survey for systems management vendor Kace. "Cost was also cited as a concern by some respondents."

The survey, echoing one from Forrester last week, shows most IT professionals are worried about Vista and that 44% have considered non-Windows operating systems, such as Linux and Macintosh, to avoid the Microsoft migration.
I'm sticking with XP.
 

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