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16 Responses to “Why Windows 7 Reminds Me of The Star Trek Movies”

  1. Philip Campbell on January 8th, 2009 11:08

    Brillance. Love that thought process.

  2. Janne Jalkanen on January 8th, 2009 11:11

    So you’re saying we’re going to see the Borg Queen on Windows 7?


  3. gerrymoth on January 8th, 2009 11:19

    “It’s borderline on the simulator, we need to do more tests.” — Scotty, Star Trek: The Motion Picture

  4. Ewan Spence on January 8th, 2009 11:26

    @ Gerry, LOL… Let me reply with “Scotty, I need RAR speed in three minutes or we’re all dead.

  5. Will Kelly on January 8th, 2009 11:56

    Oddly numbered and good?? Not possible surely!

    “She canae take no more, Captain” - what Vista regularly bleats at me.

  6. Ewan Spence on January 8th, 2009 12:03

    Odldly numbered yes, but in an even numbered slot - go figure!

  7. Scott Matthewman on January 8th, 2009 12:25

    So if Windows 7 is First Contact, does that mean there’ll be two more releases with rapidly diminishing critical and audience appreciation before the whole scheme is scrapped and they go back to first principles?

  8. Commonly Sensible on January 8th, 2009 23:59

    NT 3 Shit
    NT 4 Ace
    NT 5 (Windows 2000) - Pretty good actually, got some bad press because enterprises didn’t bother to upgrade because there was no point and the server product was not mature.
    NT 5.1 (Windows XP) - A little tweak in the GUI and a bunch of bugs fixed but that’s about all that was different. By this time though the 2000 server product had gone through 4 service packs and got some market penetration.
    NT 6 (Vista) - Pretty good actually, got some bad press because enterprises didn’t bother to upgrade because there was no point and the server product was not mature. Idiots hated it because they were told to.
    NT 7 (Windows 7) - looks to be another XP so should really be released as NT 6.1. Still not a lot of Server 2008 out there so the enterprise won’t feel the benefit of upgrading desktops and so probably won’t. Home users will do whatever they are told to think by the media.

  9. Ewan Spence on January 9th, 2009 7:50

    @Commonly sensible…

    “And now the consumer versions of Windows”

    Keep up at the back, there ;-)

  10. Jody on January 9th, 2009 8:53

    I’m going to go forward with this…

    Windows 8 - Tries to live up to the success of Windows 7 by using the same project leader, but the feature set is much weaker

    Windows 9 - Trying to recover from Windows 8, an overly complicated and discontinuous affair when viewed with the previous history. This will signal the end for the current development team.

    Windows 10 - A totally new team spearhead this new version, early previews show similarities with previous versions but startling differences. The jury will be out until release.

  11. Dogear-Nation - Episode 84 - Do We NEED An Operating System? » Dogear Nation on January 10th, 2009 16:22

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  12. Michael Martine on January 11th, 2009 6:15

    Really enjoyed this post and discussed it on episode 84 of Dogear Nation. We’re excited about seeing this year’s release of the next Star Trek movie, and the release of Windows 7 too. Let’s see how they each do!

  13. Ewan Spence on January 11th, 2009 11:22

    Thanks Michael (for everyone else the clip is 26 min 25 seconds)… anytiem you need a guest host, just give me a shout, details on my contact page.

  14. Guest on January 29th, 2009 20:04

    I can’t add anything witty to this fantastic post or discussion. so i’m just going to post: LOL, fantastic and well done!

  15. MisterT on January 17th, 2010 7:30

    Lets see, what Windows version has been missed:

    Windows 1
    Windows 2
    Windows 3.11
    Windows NT 3.1
    Windows NT 3.5
    Windows NT 4.0
    Windows 2000
    Windows Server 2003

    So after the versions has been considered, please try again ;)
    By the way, the Undiscovered Country was total rubbish (except the basic story line).

  16. Ewan Spence on January 17th, 2010 18:52

    “Artistic Licence”


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