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Wisconsin firms won't rush to adopt Microsoft Vista

Madison, Wis. - It was introduced a month ago, and already Microsoft's Windows Vista, the successor to the Windows XP operating system, has been bruised by critical media reports about security flaws and other shortcomings.

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According to Luter, the requirements to run Vista are "very advanced," which would require hardware upgrades along with changes to the server infrastructure. "While I work for a technologically innovative company, it is still essential to guard our investments and make them last, such as the third-party solutions (Citrix......

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Luter thinks alterations to the graphic user interface give Vista much more of a Macintosh OS X feel, and added that the extra amenities not only take up prime real estate on the desktop, but take an excessive amount of time to set up.

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 01/04/07


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