A look at Linux with the latest Microsoft system


Article from Issue 75/2007

Will your strategies of coexistence work for the newest version of Windows? We examined Windows Vista with an emphasis on issues of Linux compatibility.

Windows XP has been the stan dard Microsoft desktop operat ing system for six years now. Users have grown accustomed to XP, and they have learned to cope with the prob lems – especially in a Linux context. Vista [1], which was announced way back in 2001, is now set to replace XP, so you can expect a new round of Linux compatibility issues for any Windows system you plan to upgrade.

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