The consumer launch of Microsoft Vista is here, but don’t rush to buy.
No, this is not a review of vista, but a recommendation to wait until you’ve considered several factors. Among them: Vista is still incompatible with leading vendors’ products, is still incomplete and is even now awaiting its first service pack.
Factor in price (up to $400 for the software alone) and hardware requirements (special hybrid or flash drives, a graphics card supporting Pixel and video cards—or a new PC entirely) to get the most out of Vista, and the costs quickly add up.
For the full story on these and other reasons why you should wait to upgrade, visit Computerworld.com.