10 Windows Vista Mythen, die im Internet kursieren, versucht Deb Shinder von TechRepublic aufzuklären.
- You’ll have to buy a new, high-end PC to run Vista
- Vista will solve all your security problems
- Vista is no more secure than XP SP2
- The only thing new about Vista is the eye candy
- You can’t dual boot Vista with another operating system
- Vista requires (or includes) Office 2007
- Most old applications and peripherals won’t work with Vista
- You have to buy a Premium version of Vista if you have a dual core machine
- You won’t be able to play ripped music in Vista
- Vista costs a lot more than XP
Don’t be misled by these 10 Windows Vista myths [TechRepublic]
So jedenfalls bei Law.com zu lesen, wo sich Robert J. Ambrogi zum Opera Browser äußert:
Bigger is not always better. Take Web browsers, for example. Internet Explorer commands roughly 85 percent of browser usage. Firefox hovers somewhere around 12 percent. At less than 1 percent is Opera. Oddly enough, this least-used of the browsers is among the best of the lot — at least as good as Firefox and far better than IE.
Browser Upgrade: Singing Opera’s Praises