10 Windows Vista Mythen augeklaert

Veröffentlicht am 6. Februar 2007 in Microsoft | Keine Kommentare

10 Windows Vista Mythen, die im Internet kursieren, versucht Deb Shinder von TechRepublic aufzuklären.

  1. You’ll have to buy a new, high-end PC to run Vista
  2. Vista will solve all your security problems
  3. Vista is no more secure than XP SP2
  4. The only thing new about Vista is the eye candy
  5. You can’t dual boot Vista with another operating system
  6. Vista requires (or includes) Office 2007
  7. Most old applications and peripherals won’t work with Vista
  8. You have to buy a Premium version of Vista if you have a dual core machine
  9. You won’t be able to play ripped music in Vista
  10. Vista costs a lot more than XP

Don’t be misled by these 10 Windows Vista myths [TechRepublic]

Groeßer ist nicht immer besser…

Veröffentlicht am 6. Februar 2007 in Opera | Keine Kommentare

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