Tuesday, January 30

Vista Goes Live

And we already have virus warnings.

(Guardian) In testing, the company said, the new Windows Defender program failed to block 84% of viruses - including 15 of the most common pieces of malicious code.
That's assuming your machine is powerful enough to run Vista.
A number of campaigners have criticised the heavy technological burden the new system will bring. In order to utilise Vista's capabilities fully, many users will need to buy expensive add-ons, or buy an entirely new system.
Yes, I would like a copy of Vista and a bottle of Xanax please!