The Telegraph has a summary of a discussion that's taking place in the tech industry about whether Microsoft's Windows has not evolved fast enough to keep up with modern computer and mobile use and that upgrades to the latest version (Vista) is unnecessary.

Gartner executives Neil MacDonald and Michael Silver said that Microsoft's position as the dominant desktop computing giant could be eroded by a new wave of technologies muscling in on their traditional space, including the delivery of software and programs via the web rather than installed on hard-drives, as well as the shift towards low-cost and open-source computing.

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