Re: VISTA ROCKS!!!!!
I have cut the part I like best in your statement..
"if I wanted an OS that not enough people support yet, I'd stick with
That is about as true as Rudi's remarks if your screen name is anything to
Vista is perfectly stable, and the appearance of SP1 will not make older HP
printers (or any hardware that manufacturers no longer have a desire to
support) work with Vista, anymore than it will make some XP specific
Program and hardware issues will have to be directed at the makers now or in
"iMac" <iMac@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Ahh, so it is everyone elses fault. Do you work for Microsoft by any
> chance ;-)
> I've gone back to XP as vista is too unstable (even though the respective
> shoddy driver-writing departments have issued new drivers). not only that,
> but some of my installed software wouldn't run. Admittedly, this software
> not written for vista but until everyone catches up it's not worth the
> I like the look of it and there seem to be some interesting new features
> if I wanted an OS that not enough people support yet, I'd stick with
> All the best
> "Jupiter Jones [MVP]" wrote:
>> "I doubt it will be stable enough for a long time."
>> Vista is stable now.
>> If it is not stable for you ask your hardware manufacturer why they do
>> update your drivers.
>> If you have software issues, contact the software manufacturers.
>> Vista RTM has been stable and reliable for over two months on two of my
>> computers so your blanket statement clearly is not as applicable as you
>> Jupiter Jones [MVP]
>> "Rudi Brochs" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > Windows Vista is full of bugs still, and should NOT be used by people
>> > who
>> > needs a stable system.
>> > Also there are to much hardware, and software that is'nt working. I
>> > advice
>> > everyone to wait for SP1.
>> > I doubt it will be stable enough for a long time.
>> > And yes, I have tried it!
>> > RB