Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 16th Jul 2006 21:07 UTC
Windows has more information and screenshots on Windows Fundamentals. "Microsoft Windows Fundamentals for Legacy PCs is a Windows-based operating system designed for enterprise customers with legacy PCs who are not in a position to purchase new hardware. WinFLP provides the same security and manageability as Microsoft Windows XP SP2 while providing a smooth migration path to the latest hardware and operating system."
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RE: How does this save money?
by Alleister on Mon 17th Jul 2006 00:47 UTC in reply to "How does this save money?"
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The idea is simply one of distance batch management (i have no clue what english buzzword does apply here since i'm not a native english speaker). Of course no company would save money by giving it away. Now XP and that "Fundamentals" version offer a possebility for doing maintanace in a partly automated, remote and batch type way.
So the idea here is to save money on administration and maintanance. I totaly agree thou that this might not save anything, since such old hardware has an enormous higher risk of failure.

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