Windows Xp is on its way, fully prepared to mow down every operating system in its path. If you are planning to make the move to the new OS end of this month, ExtremeTech posted something that you need to know about upgrading your XP to Vista.
You can only perform an in-place upgrade from certain Windows XP versions to certain Windows Vista versions; you can’t upgrade any of the pre-Vista Windows operating systems (including Windows 9x/Me and Windows 2000) to Vista without performing a clean installation.
In my opinion, I think getting a whole new system and a clean installation of this OS is a must if you really wan to make the move on this new OS. With so many versions of Vista coming out, it is better to equip ourselves with the best system to run it. You don’t know whether that old junk lying at home is capable of running this OS or not right? What do you think?