http://live.pirillo.com/ – There is more than one version of Windows Vista: Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, and Ultimate. Why?!
Microsoft wanted to be able to sell Vista Home Basic with low-end hardware and Vista Ultimate with high-end hardware. Do you need Home Basic or Home Premium? Are you going to need the advantages that Ultimate has over Home Premium?
Then there’s the Windows Genuine "Advantage" which can be a support nightmare if you need to reinstall the operating system or install new hardware. And god forbid you try to move your legally licensed copy of Windows to another machine.
Compare this to OS X: there’s only one edition of OS X (although Apple is very guilty of pushing out new versions every couple of years), so there’s no confusion when it comes to selecting an operating system.
Ubuntu might even be a better alternative (depending on the technical level of the user), since you just install the operating system and go.
The bottom line is this: users don’t care about the multiple versions of Windows. They want the computer to start up and just work. They want it to be an appliance, like the car in their driveway, not something they have to constantly tweak to make it "just work."
What operating system do you use?
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