Windows Vista SP1 – Microsoft Still Going Backwards

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When is the last time you “upgraded” to the new and improved version of something and ended up with less functionality than you had with the old version? Probably when you purchased that new computer with Vista installed, right?

Well, just when life in Vista land was starting to get back to normal, Microsoft decided to stir the pot again.

According to a Microsoft Bulletin, upgrading your Vista Operating System to Vista SP1 could render some of the software you currently run either completely inoperable or allow it to run but with limited functionality.

If businesses were slow to upgrade to Vista before this latest news, they surely will drag their feet now.

It is no wonder that many of Microsoft’s partners are still offering Windows XP until June 30, 2008.

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  1. Daphne

    I agree with your post. There are still more people who uses XP rather than the vista. Although vista looks really good for me, I still prefer XP for now…

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