Posted by: macintoshsisters | March 8, 2007

Analyst claims Vista’s user interface is a step back: slower than OS X

Just to add fuel to the heated debate and comparison between Windows Vista and Mac OS X, French analyst Andreas Pfeiffer has been testing ‘user interface friction’, and claims that Vista is slower than both Windows XP and Mac OS X.

‘User interface friction’ has nothing to do with how irritated a user gets when their computer keeps crashing. It’s a measure of how long various key elements of the graphical user interface take to respond to user input, such as clicking on a menu, precise mouse positioning, and common ‘desktop chores’.

FULL article at TECHDIGEST

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