"Today, I think of Vista as the zombie operating system. It
stumbles around, and from a distance you might think it's alive,
but close up it's the walking dead.
"The first sign that Vista was in real trouble was when major
vendors started to offer XP again on new machines. In February,
Microsoft insisted it had already sold more than 20 million copies
of Windows Vista. Oh yeah, like there were actually 20 million
copies of Vista already out there and running. Pull the other leg,
it's got bells on..."
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