Windows Users Not Quite Ready for Vista

A Harris Interactive survey shows most users not as willing to upgrade their current systems to install Vista, at least not yet. Windows Vista has been shipping officially since November, and with Microsoft claiming 20 million licenses sold in February soon after the consumer version hit the channel, Microsoft's successful track record with new releases […]

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A Harris Interactive survey shows most users not as willing to upgrade their current systems to install Vista, at least not yet. Windows Vista has been shipping officially since November, and with Microsoft claiming 20 million licenses sold in February soon after the consumer version hit the channel, Microsoft's successful track record with new releases overall rolls on.

But when drilling down on the consumer upgrade picture, it gets a bit fuzzy. A two-part survey from Harris Interactive shows that consumers who already own computers are not as apt to upgrade to Vista now, and most of them have plans to stay put with their current OS.

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