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Computerized Investing > September/October 2007

Editor's Outlook

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by Wayne A. Thorp, CFA

“Is Vista SP1 a Do-Over?”

As I enter the ninth month of my Windows Vista experience, I agree with those who say that the long-anticipated Windows upgrade hasn’t been the bang for which Microsoft was hoping. Instead, it’s been more like a popgun.

I am not much of an aesthetics guy, so the new Aero Glass graphics display isn’t very exciting to me. I must admit, however, that running software on Vista has not been the nightmare for me that many predicted. I have not had any problems installing and running any software on my Vista system.

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