Update to Windows 7?

by Admin on October 14, 2009

From AP we hear today that Microsoft is issuing a record number of patches as part of it’s regular monthly update. The updates are fixes for Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000 and even Windows 7, which doesn’t go on sale to consumers until Oct. 22! And, most of the fixes are designated as “critical,” the highest designation.

The best advice I know about Microsoft products is to never jump on board in the beginning. It usually takes them a while (sometimes years) to get things worked out. It seems they kind of gave up on Vista. We use both Microsoft and Apple products with the bulk of our work being done on a Mac.

It just gets a little confusing with Microsoft and all of their versions of all their operating systems. There is the home version, the professional version, the multi-media version and on and on. Wouldn’t it be easier to do it like Apple and make one version with everything?

I’m just saying.

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