Vista, will you be upgrading?

@shaz6611 (951)
Australia
January 30, 2007 6:15am CST
I just heard that to install the new vista software your computer needs to be no older than 12 months. I know that mine sure isn't and I won't be getting a new one anytime soon. Would you upgrade your computer to be able to run Vista?
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@raveena (1355)
• India
30 Jan 07
My computer is surely older than 12 months but even if it was not I would not upgrade my system just for that as I am very much happy with Win2000.
@shaz6611 (951)
• Australia
30 Jan 07
No, either would I but apparently people were lining up in our shops this morning to purchase it.
• India
30 Jan 07
well win XP sp2 is better for me as of now... i m not plannin to upgrade it in the near future..
@clod0327 (817)
• Philippines
31 Jan 07
My computer is running Windows XP and everything is pretty stable plus XP supports almost all plug & play devices so I don't think there's a need for me to upgrade my PC just to upgrade to Vista. I suggest, if you're happy with what you're currently using rigth now- it's stable, it never crashes, etc, then there's no need for you to upgrade.
@kathy77 (7488)
• Australia
31 Jan 07
No I will not upgrade my computer just to run Vista on my computer I have found 2 microsoft problems with internet explorer so I definately will not upgrade just to put Vista on my computer.
@sungat (1016)
• Pakistan
30 Jan 07
i am willing to update vista but my computer speed is very slow thats why it is not possible for me to do so.