There are so many articles on the internet that complain about Windows Vista and point out its short comings. I believe that these articles, unfortunately, are hurting a fairly good product. So, I have decided to take an initiative to show the good parts of Vista, explain how it is in fact a very good step in the right direction, and try to help improve the pieces that can be improved.
I am starting this article with a series of sections to explain Windows Vista, its good and bad parts, in the right context and in an unbiased manner. The first section that I have already posted first of all introduces me and gives a little bit of my background, and then it gives a big picture. The sections that will be coming in the next few weeks will comprise of a detailed analysis of the individual features. I decided to spread this over time for two reasons. First, I wanted to get some feedback from the readers, and second, I don’t have enough time to write about all of the individual pieces in one sitting. So, if you have thoughts about Windows Vista that you think are worthy of mentioning here then please email them to me.
Finally, I will use this initiative to provide Microsoft with my analysis of Windows Vista and ways to improve it. Please note that I am not a Microsoft employee and that I do not have connections inside Microsoft. This is my own initiative, presenting my views, and based on my experience.
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