“The seven deadly sins — for centuries, they’ve shaped the imaginations of poets, priests, and politicians, while giving the great unwashed a frame of reference: Do these things and you’ll burn for sure!” Randall C. Kennedy writes for InfoWorld. “When it comes to software, few products have inspired as much debauchery as Windows.”
Kennedy writes, “So with Windows 7 just around the corner, it makes sense to examine the product through the prism of these 7 deadly sins.”
The 7 deadly sins of Windows 7
• Lust: Beware Windows 7’s faux-Mac experience, which may drive users to the real thing
• Gluttony: Windows 7’s piggy requirements require a lot of hardware “food”
• Greed: Windows 7 will cost you, over and over again; Microsoft is a greedy company
• Anger: Windows 7 penalizes those who didn’t pay for the mess that was Vista
• Envy: Windows 7’s old and new flaws make users covet Mac OS X or even Linux
• Pride: Windows 7’s fan boys can help drive adoption — or drive everyone away
• Sloth: Windows 7’s slob nature means a lot of unpleasant time spent as an IT janitor
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Sounds like a royal pain in the ass, as usual. Get a Mac.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “The_Wzrd” for the heads up.]