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Vista's Strange Holiday Celebration

How can you party when you miss the party? For Windows Vista, the answer is to make so much noise, people actually think you're there! Microsoft, as I'm sure we all suspected, is working with OEMs to promote Vista-ready PCs and laptops this December, including Vista-ready games, productivity apps and hardware add-ons. What we're really all waiting for are coupons for free upgrades to Vista for any machine bought during the holiday rampage!

Posted by Doug Barney on October 17, 2006 at 11:52 AM


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