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Vista Now Cheaper But Apparently Not Any More Popular

So, Vista is cheaper all over the world now. But wait...we thought that Vista was an absolute sales blockbuster. So what gives?

A lot of stuff, actually. And although we've said many times at RCPU that we'll all end up using Vista someday the way we use XP now, we're starting to think that we might have gotten that prediction wrong. Maybe this could be a springboard to that analyst gig, then. (Just kidding, bosses.)

Posted by Lee Pender on March 04, 2008 at 11:54 AM


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