Vista, Mac, Linux — Whose Got the Sweetest Eye Candy?

July 30, 2007 at 6:18 am 4 comments

To avoid being criticized for bashing M$ Windoze, I decided I’m just gonna let others do the talking for me this time around, and I didn’t have to go farther than YouTube for answers. (Search: Windows Vista)

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Firstoff, some of you may have heard that Aero stole it’s ideas from Mac OS X. Here’s showing that Microsoft didn’t:

Steve Jobs and Bertrand Serlet also talks about Aero’s features:

Of course, Vista does have it’s good points. Take for example its voice recognition system. See how it performs in action:

And of course, the new window switcher included in Aero:

Followed by a video highlighting the features of Aero. And afterwards, Beryl

Now, let’s hear what this Vista owner has to say after buying a brand new computer to run Vista:

Microsoft is proud to offer several innovations in Vista. Here is a timeline of competitor’s innovations. I think it’s self-explanatory.

  • January 2000 – Apple comes out with Aqua
  • April 2005 – Mac OS X Tiger is released, featuring Gadgets, Spotlight, Expose, and a host of other innovations.
  • Janury 2006 – Novell releases Compiz, featuring Annotate, Scale, Minimize/Maximize/Close animations, Desktop Cube, Zoom, and a host of other innovations.
  • October 2006 – Beryl forks from Compiz. Changable window decorators, and other innovations were added.
  • Windows Vista – End of January 2007. Features the Aero window decorator, theme, and icon set that looks like OS X, and provides other innovations such as live windows like in OS X and Compiz/Beryl, live icons like in Ubuntu, and transparent windows like on OS X and Compiz/Beryl.


Edit: Did you know Vista requires twice the computing power of Beryl-powered PCs? People are ditching their perfectly good computers to throw money at computer vendors for top-of-the-line models.

Ok, I’m being too kind. Actually, Vista needs up to four times more computing power:

  • 4X HDD (15GB vs. 4GB)
  • 4X memory (1GB vs. 256MB)
  • 4X 3D card (128MB vs. 32MB)

Take my advice, put the money you’ll use to buy a new computer into savings, and put the money you’re gonna pay for Vista to buy a camera or something. What’s that? You need to pirate Vista to get it free?


Entry filed under: Entertainment, Linux Stuff, Mac, Operating Systems, Windows.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Anton  |  August 1, 2007 at 12:40 pm

    waaaa~ video overload :)) ill watch it over the weekend.

    i havent seen the videos yet, but my bet’s on mac 😉

    hehehe, biased ba?

  • 2. Anton Baylon  |  August 1, 2007 at 11:21 pm

    love the videos man! hahaha, spread some mac/linux love!

    the world needs to know!

  • 3. ellecross  |  August 9, 2007 at 1:17 pm

    ….put the money you’ll use to buy a new computer into savings, and put the money you’re gonna pay for Vista to buy a camera or something.

    that’s right! 😀

    So were you able to get your camera there in JP? 🙂

  • 4. punongbisyonaryo  |  August 10, 2007 at 9:07 pm

    Well, since I WASN’t saving up for a Vista I didn’t need, I didn’t have any savings to use to begin with.:)


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