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The whole industry is disappointed with Windows Vista

Says Acer boss
Mon Jul 23 2007, 17:04
ACER PRESIDENT, Gianfranco Lanci has blasted Microsoft's Vista.

Lanci told the Financial Times Deutschland that the impact of a new Microsoft "operating system" has never been so weedy as with Vista.

"The whole industry is disappointed with Windows Vista," he said.

He said PC makers had been expecting the usual shot in the arm that a new Microsoft release brings, but it had not materialised.

Lanci said Acer, the world's fourth biggest PC maker, had in many cases been asked by customers to install XP instead of Vista.

He said he didn't think there was enough in Vista to tempt a punter to go out and buy a new PC. µ


See Also
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Punters stay away from Vista
Most companies aren't Vista ready
Windows Vista causes problems through industry says Tiscali
The problems with Vista laid bare
Microsoft Vista is slow to take off
[That's enough Vista links. Ed.]


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