Windows Vista causes surge of OSX Leopard pre-orders

It seems more than a few people are fed up with Microsoft and are using the “blunder” that is Windows Vista to make the move over to a Mac.  Pre-orders for OSX Leopard are at an all time high for a Mac operating system. According to the Mac Observer, solution providers have noticed that pre-orders […]

It seems more than a few people are fed up with Microsoft and are using the “blunder” that is Windows Vista to make the move over to a Mac.  Pre-orders for OSX Leopard are at an all time high for a Mac operating system.

According to the Mac Observer, solution providers have noticed that pre-orders for Leopard are almost double that of Tiger when it was released.

Patrick Brown, CEO of Brown Computer Solutions which is a specialized solution provider for Apple products said, “We’ve probably doubled the backorders of Leopard, compared to what we did with Tiger” and he went on to say that Apple’s move to Intel has lead to an increase of Mac users.

The article goes on to point out that poor reviews of Vista are encouraging people to stick with Windows XP or those in the market for a new computer are considering purchasing a Mac, some would be first time Mac buyers.

Some would even say that with the release of Vista, Microsoft has indeed pushed users to consider switching to a Mac, rare is the day a good word is said about Vista.

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