This is interesting - I don't know if anyone posted it... <br><br>the article is here:<br> Visual Tour: 20 Things You Won't Like About Windows Vista <br><br>The last Paragraph on Page #1 reads:<br><br>" The competition<br>[color:blue]<br>Where does Windows Vista fit among many of the PC-based operating systems of today and the last couple of decades? With Beta 2 running on multiple test units, I feel comfortable predicting that Windows Vista will not outpace Mac OS X Tiger for overall quality and usability. It's hard to beat Apple's top-notch GUI design grafted onto an implementation of Unix variant BSD. Mac OS X has excellent reliability, security and usability. That isn't to say that the user interface wouldn't gain if Apple adopted some other best ideas of the day, but Apple has the best operating system this year, last year and next year. It'll be interesting to see what the company delivers in its 10.5 Leopard version of Mac OS X.<br><br>Meanwhile, I'm placing Windows Vista as a distant second-best to OS X. I see Linux and Windows 2000 as being roughly tied another notch or two below Vista, with XP being only a half step better than Win 2000. " </font color=blue><br><br>WOW that's kewl !!!<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
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