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100 Reasons Why Windows Vista is 100 Reasons Why Windows Vista is "Wow"
Fri, February 02 2007 | 3:22PM | PermaLink Feedback?
PCSTATS.comLike a didactic professor, Microsoft is listing 100 reasons, in order, about why its new Vista operating system is the bee's knees. Here's a sampling:

#1. It makes using your PC a breeze. Windows Vista features a breakthrough design and easy-to-use organizational tools that make it simpler to get things done and get on with life! Find what you need instantly, on your PC or on the web, with Instant Search. Bring more clarity to your tasks with the spectacular Windows Aero user experience and Windows Flip 3D, allowing you to see everything you’re working on at a glance.

#99. Because you get more out of information when you share it Improved File and Folder Sharing allows you to more effectively share folders and files with others on your networkN by making it easier to find and configure sharing features, like specifying who you want to share a file with and the level of access you want to enable.

Now look into my pixels... you will buy Windows Vista... you will buy Windows Vista... you are a Vista... be the Vista... see the Vista... Vista is the life-giver... all hail Windows Vista!!,

But seriously, take PCSTATS poll and let us know what you really think of Vista - did you try it and go right back to WindowsXP?

Answer the PCSTATS Poll right now!

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