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Vista Apps List Growing

The list of "Certified for Vista" applications is now over 100, which sounds impressive until you think about how many apps exploit Vista versus how many are merely compatible. Our analysis is that it's going to take many months and perhaps several years before we see a groundswell of software that truly taps the power of Microsoft's latest desktop OS. Check out Redmond editor Ed Scannell's take on this issue here.

Meanwhile, Microsoft updated a whole host of tools to help you migrate to Vista. Check out the deets here.

Posted by Doug Barney on February 27, 2007


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