In what must be taken as the biggest implicit blow Microsoft’s Vista has taken, it seems customers are requesting to have XP instead of Vista. Customer demand is so great for XP over Vista that Dell changed its policy midstream and today announced that is once again offering consumers the chance to take XP instead of Vista.
Dell and Microsoft play it down as an innocuous move, but take note that this was totally consumer driven. It wasn’t just a handful of tech geeks (they would have gone for Ubuntu anyway). It’s not often that a massive company like Dell does an about-face on product offerings. The only explanation for the move to re-issue systems with XP is that there’s a substantial cultural undercurrent that is not happy with Windows Vista.
To be honest, I can’t say that I’m one of them. I use Vista and actually like it. Wouldn’t go back to XP. But, I’ve gotta call things as I see them, and the way I see things right now is that Microsoft has a major problem with public perception of Vista (probably not helped by the Mac vs PC commercials!)
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