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Im sure microsofts solution to this problem is stop supporting versions of XP one by one, lacking security updates going to vista would be "essential".
Thats exactly how it will happen.
post #12 of 13
Yeah, MS can easily force vista on us if they choose to.

Edit: and until the Linux geeks find a way to walk in the noobs' shoes for a while and make a user-friendly (Linux is NOT user-friendly, so stop saying it is just cuz you're a Linux geek), we can't do a damned thing about it. Unless we all get Macs, which i wouldn't mind doing if they got enough software support and computers we could tweak.
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Originally Posted by The Hundred Gunner View Post
Yeah, MS can easily force vista on us if they choose to.
Not without lawsuit mania.
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