Lenovo, the computer supplier to the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing, has said thanks but no thanks to having Microsoft's Vista as the operating system in their computers. Furthermore, they slammed MS by saying the following, "the Olympic Games require mature, stable technologies and it's not a place to try new technologies." Uh, snap.
Of course, this logic didn't stop Microsoft and their friends from ramming this unstable technology down our throats on the consumer side. Show of hands, please. How many of you would rather never see Vista and its "a child's first operating system" interface again?
Engadget.com: Lenovo says "no thanks" to Vista for 2008 Olympics