wyliecoyoteuk wrote:It is growing on me actually.
remember that it is still a "work in progress"- Vista is too, but it was supposed to be a finished product.
I think that in the end, it will be worth it, 4.1 shows real promise.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:No OS can undergo such fundamental changes without some pain, but 3.5 is still there, and will be supported for some time to come.
Unlike the windows world, where MS are trying desperately to kill off XP, and under the facelift, Vista actually differs little from XP.
johnhudson wrote:If only half of these come off KDE 4 will be quite stunning but quite a lot of the less glamorous programs don't seem able to attract the programming resources at the moment. So a gulf is likely to develop in KDE 4 between those programs which have had a lot of attention and those which are still KDE 3 programs because no one has volunteered to work on them but which need to be available as part of the desktop.
johnhudson wrote: Unlike Vista there will be a process of continuous development; so things will get better - the question is how much better?
Rhakios wrote:I have tried Vista, at least in the Home Basic version. It's a lot like XP, but with a different skin and more irritating pop-ups. Initially I thought it was also slower than a dead dog, but that turned out to be due to Norton. Once Norton was gone it was quite adequate, but why anyone, with the least technical competence, would prefer it to just about any version of Linux, I can't imagine.
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