Sales of Windows Vista Not Such a Bust? Stephen Fung March 27, 2007 According to the latest figures from Microsoft, they say that Vista is outpacing the sales of Windows XP despite bannings from US Government agencies. This is contrary to information reported by a market research firm that had Vista losing to XP at the register. The world’s biggest software maker said the pace of Vista adoption is at more than twice the rate of its predecessor, Windows XP, which had sold 17 million licenses after its first two months of release. “It’s a little bit better than what we were expecting,” said Bill Mannion, a director in the Windows marketing group. Source: Washington Post Share This With The World!