Windows Vista Is The Reason Why Windows XP User Base Is So Large, Says Expert

interview, Terry Willis, the head of information security at a charity organization, Age UK, thinks that Windows Vista is the reason why so many users refused to move beyond Windows XP:

“A big problem is that Vista was so terrible, so companies just didn’t move off XP.”
Windows Vista was, obviously, the next version of the OS that followed after Windows XP, and at launch it was such a sluggish beast that many users actually refused to upgrade. Microsoft, obviously, fixed many of the performance and driver issues soon after, but not before Vista was classified as one of the company’s biggest failures ever. Windows 7, on the other hand, set things right and convinced many users to make the move to newer hardware, and with it, the OS.]]>

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