In a survey conducted by Ziff Davis Enterprise Editorial Research for eWEEK, respondents indicated that they have been underwhelmed by Microsoft Windows Vista. And, it seems the future of Windows is … XP?
Vista? What Vista? One year after Vista’s release, just 2 percent of respondents said the OS is the primary desktop OS at their company. A whopping 92 percent said Windows XP was the primary desktop OS.
And it seems that enterprises are planning on sticking with what they have for the foreseeable future: 72 percent of respondents said that the OS they’re currently using is the one they expect to be using in 2009. Looks like XP has a longer life than Microsoft planned—or wanted.
Survey, Windows Vista, Windows XP