Now that Windows 7 has been around could you provide me with good reasons to convince some doubtful clients I have who are still reluctant to switch from XP.
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In regard to your specific query; that is tough to answer because of the generic "reluctant to switch from XP" objection. We normally respond to the generic question with a generic answer:
To go further, you must determine exactly why they are reluctant to switch - given specific barriers, we have specific answers with Windows 7. We designed Windows 7 to address the objections customers and partners had around Windows Vista. The top five objections that I've heard include:
Having been around since the original CP/M, then DOS, days..It sure as hell would be nice to finally get to the point where you could just connect a XP machine to a Win 7 and say "move user xx" and its done (accounts, history, file, documents, etc.)
Probably not in my lifetime, but you would think if these damn things are so smart - that plug& play would finally be just that.