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>> Alex: Hey Chris have you ever noticed that KDE4 really looks like Windows 7?
>> Chris: Or Windows 7 really looks like KDE4.
>> Alex: I wonder what people would think of Windows if it wasn't Windows?
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>> This is Windows 7.
>> Oh, is this the next one up?
>> I'm still learning Vista.
>> -- something new.
>> That's the default desktop we've got there.
>> It's quite nice [inaudible].
>> [inaudible] all peeks and stuff.
>> Oh, great.
>> Wait until it comes up there again.
>> Oh wow.
>> Yeah, it's got the word processors that will let you know that it's always there.
>> Yes, no that looks great.
>> Nice style, it looks good.
>> You know you're playing your song that's got the thing that comes up with the album up.
>> Very cool, so that's all built right in?
>> Yeah, the lyrics come up, if I had an Internet connection there would be, you know, further info from like Wikipedia and sources
like that --
>> Right, sure.
>> That's our little quick overview.
>> Very nice.
>> So do you use Windows?
>> Yes, absolutely.
>> Yes, it's a Vista at the moment, yeah.
>> Vista, Vista, yeah.
>> Would you switch to the new one?
>> Yeah, it looks a lot more like Ethel's.
>> Yes, it looks much easier, definitely.
>> So I guess I would certainly consider it, yeah. The problem is you kind of always worry there's bugs in the system. I know there's
some people [inaudible] XP yet.
>> I'm not sure I'm still trying to get used to Vista.
>> I'm still having a hard time with Vista.
>> I quite like the fancy style and the way the windows swish [inaudible].
>> Oh, I was hoping [inaudible].
>> Yeah, I think it's very good.
>> This is easier to use then sure I would, yeah, why not?
>> Is that what's most important to you easy to use?
>> It is and speed of application because I tend to multi-task a lot and I have a lot of things running.
>> Easy to use, definitely. The Vista was a bit hard for me to get user-friendly with.
>> Easy to work around do you know what I mean? Otherwise you get so fed up with it and then I turn it off.
>> Chris: So what did we learn today Alex?
>> Alex: People really like new stuff.
>> Chris: But we already knew that.
>> Alex: People don't know what Windows 7 looks like or what [inaudible] looks like.
>> Chris: Are you saying that we learned nothing?
>> Alex: Nothing.