In other words, more than a third of customers chose to dump Vista from their new PCs -- typically in favor of XP, but sometimes also one of the Server variants.
More @ Bursting the Vista sales bubble |Windows Sentinel | Randall C. Kennedy | InfoWorld
Personally, I found Windows Vista...is, ok, but not for business.
Like one of them is my company, no hell company will spends extra just to make sure the computers/devices are at least, Vista-capable. :s
So, whats your views in these matters?
For me to say, again, Windows Vista, ok for home users, but not OK for business.
Like INTEL themselves, they rather uses Windows XP, rather than Windows vista :x
An anonymous source at Intel told the New York Times that the chipmaker will stick with the older Windows XP until Microsoft rolls out Windows 7 in 2010 because it has found "no compelling reason" to upgrade to Vista.
More @ Windows Vista Won't Be Inside Intel -- Microsoft -- InformationWeek