Windows Vista’s three killer features

by admin January 30, 2007 at 9:27 am

In the 21st Century, the very idea of reviewing an operating system is, well, quaint. Are you really going to let someone at the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal or even ZDNet tell you whether you should buy a new operating system? The notion that any person can give a one-size-fits-all recommendation for such a complex product is amusing, to say the least.

Instead of taking one person’s opinion, you could gather the facts and make up your own mind. There’s certainly no shortage of raw data. Over the past year, experts and enthusiasts have sliced, diced, and analyzed Windows Vista with an overwhelming, almost obsessive amount of detail. Two million people downloaded beta releases, and the final code has been available for business buyers, developers, and MSDN/Technet subscribers for nearly three months.

Full article: ZDNet Blogs