At 9/13/08 02:52 AM, ReciprocalAnalogy wrote:
-Vista still has its fair share of bizarre wireless compatibility issues, which for me, renders the operating system useless every 15 minutes for so.
huh? no problem on my end with wireless.
-It's services are a convoluted interdependant mess.
thats just MS for you.
-The control panel applet redesign is disjointed, and the more advanced options (which were the upfront options in XP) are buried.
We call those "changes" and whether they are good or not is a matter of opinion, cons are facts.
-The visual style is cheap and eye-straining.
-It's a resource hog.
-Task bar is gigantic.
Again, your opinion, maybe someone with not perfect vision needed a bigger taskbar to see it more clearly...
-Outbound filter capable firewall.
Used to stop your computer from infecting other computers in case of viruses.
-System information collapsable panels are very clunky.
-Very cumbersome advanced firewall management.
maybe I have my definitions confused, but calling something cumbersome is calling it slow right? if so, then shouldnt this be in cons? regardless, firewall management is improved.
-Encourages more secure programming.
-Separates system icons from program icons in the task tray.
You are running out of ideas for pros arent you?
-Very nice redesign of games.
Visuals basically are better
-Instant startmenu searching.
-More cohesive start menu design.
yep, basically the small things are helped.