Not really. In fact in some cases it is a step backwards from Windows XP (audio editing for instance). If you play games, it accounts for a small decrease in performance and until all the driver issues have been resolved I doubt many professionals would choose to use Vista.A guy posted on another forum that Windows Vista is now on par with Mac OS X.
What do you guys think?
Try moving a file that's in use in Vista.
I think it's great when I'm working on a file in GarageBand and then I rename the file while the program is still running and using the file. All that happens is that the file name changes in the title bar of the GarageBand application.That was one of the 1st things I noticed about OS X. I was playing a Quick Time file that was on my desktop, and moved it to my Movies folder...and immediately upon doing it braced myself for the error message that never appeared.
I disagree. This was my biggest shock when I first had a proper go at Vista (Home Premium), although I then did feel a bit stupid for expecting anything else....as visually stylish.