fischermx - 6:20 am on Dec 4, 2006 (gmt 0)
Maybe I'm too old, but all what I've read here, I've read it before when Windows 95 appeared, then 98, then 2000, then XP and now Vista.
The difference is now that, for example on Win 95 there were a lot of expectation, and everybody wanted to have it. Later we wanted 98 to get ride of the blue screens, which weren't fully resolved. Finally Windows 2000 came in and it give a lot of peace of mind for most software vendors. And with XP, specially after SP2 most things were resolved, and we all were really saying "I'm done!".
I personally can live with XP another 5 years and would be happy, I don't need more and I'm talking about productivity. I don't know if Windows Vista will make me do more things on less time, if it does, then welcome, if it doesn't than, my current desktop will wait.