3 posts • joined 25 Jul 2009
I run a local computer consultancy, and I've found that a lot of my customers are switching to bundled products to save money that way. Some people are saving £15-£20 a month just by switching to a bundled package!
Not a new tactic...
Not actually a new tactic. Some malware (AntiVirus XP 2009 for one) actually uses the SysInternals BSOD screensaver as part of their "payload" - so you think it's playing up, and so pay to remove it.
I've seen it in action not long ago. Nasty bit of kit. Incidentally, the BSOD Screensaver is here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897558.aspx
So what about those of us who's preordered already?
That's definitely a relief for those of us who have held off pre-ordering the E version, because what's the first thing you'd need to do when it comes? Flatten the machine and load the OS from scratch.
I've pre-ordered the E version of Professional from Amazon, and, while I don't mind wiping the machine (just to get rid of the last little bit of Vista on there), it would be a benefit if we could upgrade.
Interesting development. Not entirely unexpected, and definitely more welcome.
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