That is the question. Do not get me wrong. I like Microsoft Vista. With 2GB RAM, a fast processor and a good video card are great. But I face a great dilemma when people ask me what computer to buy. Is Vista OK for me? they ask. I usually reply with a question. What do you want to do with the computer besides surfing on the Internet. To make a long story short their needs do not pass that of a word processor and maybe a spreadsheet. My first reaction is to ask why do they want to change their computer. I get no answer. Sometimes they mumble about they need a new faster computer to browse the Internet. Then I suggest to them to try Linux as a change with OpenOffice. Most of them stay with the system they already have. None has changed to Linux. After I discuss their decision to remain with their existing system I realized that fear is what stops them for trying something different. Personally, I found a needy operating system for home use an overkill. With the money difference gained from Microsoft Vista operating system and Microsoft Office you can buy an XBOX.
To Vista or not to Vista
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