Don’t be misled by the Windows Vista myths

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In recent months, there has been a lot of criticism of Microsoft Windows Vista in the press and elsewhere – I know because I wrote some of it; however it’s good to see Deb Shinder’s TechRepublic article entitled don’t be misled by these 10 Windows Vista myths, which seems to be a thoughtful and well-reasoned view of why a lot of the hype (both from Microsoft and from the anti-Microsoft camp) needs to be taken with a pinch of salt.

Unfortunately, many of the comments posted about the article are ill-informed, or even just plain old trolling. Somewhat ironically, I came across the article via MacBreak Weekly (episode 28) – a podcast which often displays Apple fanboy tendencies.

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