Topic: Re: O/T I finally gave up.........
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A lot of the problem is not with the companies but with the geeks who write reviews on the stuff. They always think there is something better out there so once a program is a couple of years old they start writing bad reviews. So the company is forced to come up with something new. Take Windows 98XP as an example. Ran great, few if any complaints. The reviewers started to really knock MicroSoft over how old and antiquated it was so MS rush to get out a new OS.......Millennium :( what a joke. Because MS had it's hand forced they again were forced to go to Vista to fix the ME release. So in some cases the companies have no choice. When a new OS comes out some other software may become obsolete becuase it's incompatable with the new OS. So somethings like Quick Books can patch it to run on the new OS or put out a new version. Most often they will come up with a new version because that in fact makes them more money.
My #2 son, BA cumputer info systems, CCNA certs who works in IT told me yesterday not to up grade to Win 8. He is putting in about 65 hours a week right now because of Win8 problems.
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You may have a few editions mixed around here Rick, but I agree
with your sentiment.
Haste makes mistakes, and after MS was years behind on releasing
the year-dated OS's they finally changed to a different naming scheme.
Windows 7 is what Windows Vista should have been. Stable, reliable.
All of the businesses I have worked at/for skipped Vista.
Very few that I know of are even considering Windows 8.
We are however testing the 2012 server version in the lab.
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