Apple has launched a counter attack on Windows 7, claiming that the new operating system is ‘still just Windows’. Windows 7 is due to be officially launched on October 22nd, with early reviews saying that it is an improvement on the previous Vista iterations.
Bill Evans, spokesman for Apple, said: “New Mac users continually tell us that they are tired of all the headaches with Windows and they want the ease of use, stability and security of a Mac. At the end of day, Windows 7 is still just Windows.”
Apple also claims that the inconvenience of having to perform a clean install from Windows XP is one of the reasons why people might seek an alternative, such as switching to a Mac.
Some of the end-user improvements that Microsoft has made to its new operating system include speed, compatibility search and organization functions and window stacking to allow users to manage multiple open documents. ADNFCR-2524-ID-19413291-ADNFCR