1. All your friends are doing it.
2. Solitaire is your crack cocaine.
3. You love the visceral knife-edge thrill of wondering if your app will remain stable until you save your work.
4. You think that processor power and RAM are better employed running Antivirus than on doing anything productive or useful.
5. You have had a designectomy.
6. You enjoy the irony of the phrase “Plug & Play”.
7. You want your new OS to have more available flavours then Baskin Robbins.
8. You would have to fill all that free deskspace with paperwork if all those cables weren’t there.
9. You only know how to delete forwards.
10. You want the free cupholder.
Yes, indeedy! Vista is here! Gasp at its incredible new voice-recognition feature!
Welcome to the future! Gurgle hindsight at trunk happiness sit!
Once again, the voice-recognition hoverboard fails to float. In fact, strangely enough, the only time this particular hoverboard has floated to any great extent was about 13 years ago on the mac. Admittedly, the functionality was basic, but at least when you asked your computer to do something, it did it.
Mind you, as a PC owner running any kind of Microsoft software in Windows you should be quite used to things working not very well, if at all. I’ll stick to OS X Tiger if it’s all the same to you…