Users want notebooks with XP

@ 2007/08/08
One of the biggest Austrian retailers/etailers has confirmed that they sell more notebooks with XP than with Vista. The price of a machine with XP and Vista is the same and the end users still wants the one with a five year old operating system.

Comment from jmke @ 2007/08/09
not worth the trouble if you want to be productive
Comment from MENINBLK @ 2007/08/09
Linux is faster.......
Comment from jmke @ 2007/08/08
Windows 2000 is no longer supported OS, no more new updates, no service pack planned, it's logical that this is no longer provided pre-installed. Windows XP when tweaked is actually faster than 2000 in many areas, and XP is definitely more feature rich.
Comment from Bosw8er @ 2007/08/08
Can't buy a laptop with W2K
Already i formatted 2 notebooks to install W2K

This weekend i met a graduate in computer science, that, out of frustration, installed XP in an emulator on her Vista notebook. This week it will be formatted as well
Comment from Sidney @ 2007/08/08
Dell caters to business clients more than any. If the business is not ready for Vista, they won't buy end the story. Dell has to accept. Yes, MS listens to Dell more so than others.
Comment from jmke @ 2007/08/08
Dell is an exception yes; they are large enough to pressure Microsoft
Comment from Sidney @ 2007/08/08
Dell offers $599 laptop with C2D with choice of XP or Vista
Comment from Sidney @ 2007/08/08
Pretty soon XP notebook will cost more
Comment from jmke @ 2007/08/08
Acer forces Vista on their laptops
Wasted license key