So Microsoft has decided to change the way it markets Vista, and they have realised that due to the bad press it got from the word go they need to try to turn the feelings of these people.
Windows Vista Mojave is part of the new advertising campaign where Microsoft show Vista to people but don’t tell them it’s Vista until after their done using it. Neat idea being that all of the people in the video where amazed by how good it is, but even my fan boyism is kicking my spider sense to suggest that this video might be highly edited and pushed in this direction as opposed to totally real opinions: After all, who says any operating system as Ã¢â‚¬Ëœincredible’ as one guy does except if you have a tattoo on your arm saying I <3 Steve Jobs.
None-the-less, Vista is a great product. Look at me if you don’t believe me. I was very skeptical of Vista when it first got released as I was just happy with XP and I read all about Vista hoping for so much, but after reading the high minimum specs and the niggles from people on the Internet I was quickly turned away. When I bought my new Dell it shipped with Vista Business but the first thing I did was to remove Vista for XP without even giving Vista a chance.
Now Service Pack 1 has been out for a while, and I have been using Vista since SP1’s release, I can comfortably say that it’s a great product and people with the negative ideas of Vista really should ask a friend or a colleague to borrow their Vista machine for an hour just to have a look around because once you use Vista, you won’t want to go back.
My only complaint is the Mojave website. It uses Flash, now hello Microsoft Marketing, but you have a great product out there called Silverlight which is much better – Use it!