Researcher states that Vista is a step back in user productivity

by ron on March 21, 2007

StepA report was recently released suggesting that user productivity has taken a step back in Windows Vista, when compared to the level of user productivity in Windows XP.

The researcher may be correct in terms of certain functions in Windows Vista being slower than in Windows XP, but the main issue being ignored are the many additional features in Windows Vista which result in increased productivity.

Features such as:

I know both Windows XP and Windows Vista very well, and there’s just no way you could make me go from Vista back to Windows XP. I’m vastly more productive in Vista.

(Go to the WinSuperSite for more details on Windows Vista features)


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