Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 6th Jul 2005 18:43 UTC
Windows On Tuesday, Microsoft posted a patch to its web site designed to prevent the problem, known as a memory leak. This error has plagued Microsoft's Tablet PC operating system for a long time. In addition, the software giant has promised not to charge for security fixes, but will charge for virus protection.
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@Knuckles
by polaris20 on Wed 6th Jul 2005 20:48 UTC
polaris20
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2005-07-06

"Does anyone else think that there is something inherently wrong with this sentence? They have to PROMISE that?

So they screw up, and someone/they even implied that they could charge to fix somethink already broken? Ooo scary"

They charged for a patch release for Me. It's called Windows XP Home. =)

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