Me either. I've used Vista for 5 years and there weren't any problems until about 2-3 years and our old computer probably ran with 2GB of RAM. Now I have 4GB of RAM on a Windows 8.1 PC. I don't think Vista is that bad, it's just that most people tried to run it on computers that were designed to run XP (Pentium 3/4, 256MB RAM, IGP).
Here's a little thing about what I have tried
- Pre-Windows XP Versions (9.x, ME etc.) - I've never used those versions
Windows XP - We used it at school for years.
Windows Vista - Used it for years - It's good, but one of our other XP computers only had 256MB RAM and ran XP very slowly (but it did have a Pentium Processor)
Windows 7 - Great, but I've only used it at school.
Windows 8.1 - That's what I'm using right now!
EDIT: I disliked Windows Vista mainly because it had shown the BSOD and I've never seen one before in real life, but that's nothing to worry about (expect that we had to buy a new PC)