Re: Cheap M1210's
On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 21:03:29 -0500, Journey <rainbow@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
They may have not
implemented that because if much of the value in Vista would be in
features that they couldn't really disable in Vista Basic, then people
might have a greater chance of choosing Vista Basic for the benefits
it would provide.
And therefore less revenue for Microsoft.
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