robotsrule writes: "Just before he passed on the reins of one of the leading Windows PC publications in the world, Jim Louderback, the exiting editor-in-chief of PC Magazine has thrown in the towel on Windows Vista after 9 months of trying to live with it. Criticisms of Microsoft's latest operating system included "(problems with) sleep mode, unreliable networking, and general slugishness when compared to the older Windows XP versions". His closing comments included two very powerful statements. The first was a final shot at Vista where he said "The litany of what doesn't work and what still frustrates me stretches on endlessly". Second, and even more interesting was "I might move to Linux". For more information read the original MacNN article."