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Can You Dig It?

Can You Dig It?

Last time we told you that Windows XP users were ranting and raving at Microsoft to keep XP on the market, because many were not willing to change or upgrade to Windows Vista. So in an effort to prove to devout XP users that Vista is all that and a bag of chips, Microsoft created an experiment.

They tricked XP users into thinking that they were test-driving a new version of Windows called “Mojave” (what a groovy name), when in actuality it was just plain Vista! The result? Testers were amazed by the great performance of Vista, uh, we mean “Mojave.”

A web site has been launched so that the public can see the experiment for themselves. It is clear that Microsoft is taking a more aggressive approach to proving how great Windows Vista really is, and we can dig it!

Tell us what you think about the “Mojave” experiment. How has your experience with Windows Vista been? [CNET]

Posted: 7/29/08
LMAYO9

I wonder if they're on to something here with the naming. Maybe it just had the wrong energy around the name vista?

  • By LMAYO9
  • on 7/30/08 11:41 AM EST
Dadeeyo189

So far, Vista has been good to me. I don't know if anyone knows this, but in some ways it operates like a mac. Is Microsoft tryna give Mac a run for their money? I think sooo...