let us talk about vista

@paintwet (165)
China
October 8, 2007 11:54am CST
do you think it is easy to use? i don't think so,and i think it is too big and make my system so slowly,i like xp better.what about you?
8 responses
@borg_queen (2535)
• Philippines
9 Oct 07
Is it true that theoritically reboots might be a thing of the past with Vista? Have you tried this?
• Philippines
9 Oct 07
Before I forget, who's that guy in your avatar?
@paintwet (165)
• China
9 Oct 07
sorry i cannt understand your words in fact. can you explain more?
• Philippines
9 Oct 07
Some programs require you to restart your computer. Does this still happen with VIsta?
@dholey (1383)
• India
12 Oct 07
non of the window os is good as they are comming every year (so one has to purchase it every year) then it is never completed when released (microsoft then releases service packs) and the resent vista is a bogi one ..... it takes lots of space needs lots of new devices ram cpu speed etc and acts like an OLD TIME LINUX ... so its time to switch to LINUX ... linux is robust , stable , secure and free os one can get it from net and is the best os that one can have on pc
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
13 Oct 07
I agree with Linux being great. But I have to disagree with your statement that none of the windows OS is good. In fact, Windows 2000 is probably the best Windows OS released and it is stable and secure too, even though it has SP patches up to version 4. Windows XP is great too actually, considering its based on Windows 2000 architecture..
• India
16 Oct 07
I think of all vista is better than other windows But when we compare windows with Linus , the important think to ponder is security which Linux especially SUSE gives the best I'm using SUSE for more than 2 years until now I didnot get any attacks ,I use net too!!!!
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
12 Oct 07
Vista is easy to use. You might find that your system is slow, but that's maybe because your PC is only of minimum requirement to run the OS. XP is obviously much more stable because it is based on Windows 2000 architecture, which is a great improvement from Windows 95, 98 and ME. The problem with Vista is that the OS requires hardware upgrades in order to run it smoothly, and that a lot of applications are not compatible with it, including games.
@paintwet (165)
• China
12 Oct 07
if my pc is minimum requirement to run the os why i need hardware upgredes?
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
13 Oct 07
I don't know what's your PC specifications, but if you check Microsoft website, there is a minimum system requirement and a recommended system requirement. With minimum system requirement, you can install Vista OS. But like what you experience now, its slow and runs sluggishly.
@surajpkn (584)
• India
9 Oct 07
Yes, sometimes i do feel that way.Vista has made my system a little slow but i still like this operating system. It has a lot of features and extremely brilliant graphics. I think this is such a nice creation and i like the look and the feel of vista. Thought xp was outstanding in performance, i still like to stick to vista because it is so comfortable.
@paintwet (165)
• China
9 Oct 07
the important of operating system is useful and performance,i think.
@diillu (5128)
8 Oct 07
Yes, I totally agree with you. Though the vista may seem little bit of fascinating and styles. And because of it's layout we might feel that it is kind of easy. But infact it really makes things more difficult for us. The most important thing is it slows down the computer and this is the worst part. I also used vista for sometime but after sometime I just got hang of it and I just uninstall it. I couldn't take it anymore in my computer.
@paintwet (165)
• China
9 Oct 07
i want to remove it .because many software cannt use on it
@masviji (20)
• India
16 Oct 07
I agree that with Vista ur system becomes slow , but I use many applications until I didnt get any one which is not compatible (name any ) . Also its design is attractive . I like Vista than XP !!!
• Australia
10 Oct 07
I agree with you & there are many softwares which are still not competible with Vista
• United States
9 Oct 07
I've been using Vista now for several months with my new computer and I really like it. I haven't noticed a difference as far as having to restart the computer for installing/uninstalling, some programs have still required it. I have noticed that I rarely have to reboot my computer for other reasons. Sometimes it's runs for weeks before I need to restart it. I do feel it's alot easier for everyday use. When I use my laptop with Windows Xp I find myself missing Vista. :-)