?the only reason I would convert is because software that I use does not support XP anymore? That about sums it up for me
As a gamer, I Don?t like how Microsoft is trying to pull me away from XP at the launch of Vista with the Release of Halo 2 for the PC. Being exclusive to Vista is just frustrating but even more frustrating is the lack of faith I have in Microsoft to support the 32bit programs that I know and love.
Now this is a question I have been pondering for a LONG time, why would one convert to Windows Vista?
I'm sorry if this has been brought up before(used the search couldn't find anything relevant) but I have got to know, why would one convert to Vista.
I have used the betas and at this point, there is nothing that is equally revolutionary as W2K and Windows XP were in their time. I'm sorry but when Vista comes out, I don't think I will not be converting for at least two years, if not more, the only reason I would convert is because software that I use does not support XP anymore.
Granted it has all the fancy styling, and some other "small things", but nothing really major, just from a technical point of view, would you convert and why?