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Windows Vista and The Price of Productivity

By John Parkinson  |  Posted 04-12-2006 Print
A major new user interface like Windows Vista could drop productivity for many workers as much as 40 percent, but could boost it just as high above the baseline after a reasonable learning curve. The key is to know where on the curve your users are workin


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