June 22, 2001

Users take first steps to resistance against MS

Author: JT Smith

"Windows 2000 is a case in point. Tif workshops have given members a
chance to discuss their concerns, and they are not happy with their
experience so far. Roberts cites users spending up to £25m on upgrades,
only to find that features are missing, bugs exist in key components and
high levels of complexity slow down implementations to an unrealistic
degree. He said that when users pointed these things out to Microsoft they
were told that they would be resolved in the next version, Windows
XP/2002." More at ComputerWeekly.
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