kaled - 11:38 am on Nov 30, 2006 (gmt 0) Kaled.
I don't know anyone who actually wants Vista. My Nephew has decided to replace his laptop now to avoid it!
Need more RAM? How about borrowing some from that 256MB or greater USB drive? In Windows Vista, the new Windows ReadyBoost feature can swap flash memory with any large USB device.
They are joking aren't they. That operation could be anything from 10 times slower to 100 times slower than swapping with the hard disk - a feature that has been built into Windows since day one. Some journalists may be knowledgable but they understand nothing.