Vista slash fest

I just wish Microsoft would just sell one version of vista for $99 and be done with it. It takes several hours of sifting press releases and system requirements to understand what Vista Home Ultimate has and Vista Home Basic lacks. At least this 20 percent price cut is a step in the right direction toward a reasonable price. However, in true Microsoft fashion even the price cuts take some study.

Microsoft Slashes Some Windows Vista Prices
(ubuntu is still free:-)

About Brett

I live in Jacksonville, Florida USA where I ride my bike and run a small PC and network repair biz. I consider my self extremely lucky to earn a living doing what I love. I have been earning my living in this way for several years. Alas, my personality doesn’t allow me to rest on the successes of my past. Entrepreneurs are cursed that way. I started SpyandSeek while still in college but never finished it. (slight ADD another curse.) After a two years in the PC trade I decided it was time to finish what I started and so SpyandSeek was born. SpyandSeek has analyzed thousands of HijackThis logs from around the world since it’s launch in late 2005. It still amazes me how a tiny site like mine can touch so many far off places.

3 thoughts on “Vista slash fest

  1. I found your site on technorati and read a few of your other posts. Keep up the good work. I just added your RSS feed to my Google News Reader. Looking forward to reading more from you.

    Chris Moran

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  3. @navigatum-aestuatum
    I meant that it would be better for microsoft to sell one version and make a simple interface to switch on or of groups of services. So the user could decide on Monday to run business services and Friday to run windows striped down for gaming or video play back. However you may have meant that as sarcasm. To that I respond (shrugging shoulders) buy a new harddrive and install Ubuntu. :-\

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